EU lawmakers have taken a significant stride towards a sustainable future by adopting the groundbreaking Energy Performance of Buildings Directive with a substantial majority. 

Europe's millions of energy-guzzling buildings currently contribute to one-third of the EU's energy consumption and nearly 40% of its CO2 emissions. The newly revised directive aims to tackle this by boosting renovation rates and preparing buildings for a climate-neutral Europe.

The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) is now just one step away from conclusion. Irish Greens/EFA lawmaker Ciarán Cuffe, who played a key role in negotiating the law for the Parliament, expressed optimism: "Lower energy bills, reduced energy poverty, and fewer emissions will come with our plan to improve Europe’s buildings."

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