Since Autumn 2023, REHVA makes a significant evolutionary step in its engagement and influence of the EU level decision-making processes, in its continued commitment to ensure the voice of building professionals is not only heard but also acted upon in crucial EU legislative processes.
At the recent REHVA Member Association plenary meeting, the decision was made to establish an "EU Policy Advocacy" group. This group aims to enhance REHVA's influence in vital EU policies such as the EPBD (EED & RED) and the Ecodesign.
REHVA’s national Member Associations have a critical role to play in the overall success of these advocacy efforts, both at the EU and national levels.
REHVA as a Pan-European Federation remains committed to boosting the interests of building professionals and ensuring a technology-inclusive approach in shaping EU legislation.