The European Commission is hosting a special webinar to delve into the recent revisions to the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and how Level(s) can help you stay ahead of the curve. Mark your calendars for this essential event on June 19, 2024, from 10:00 to 11:30 CEST.

Key Highlights:

The revisions to the EPBD, adopted in April 2024, necessitate the disclosure of the global warming potential (GWP) of new buildings on energy performance certificates. This requirement will leverage a calculation measure drawn from Level(s). The updated rules will be effective from 2028 for new buildings with a useful floor area larger than 1,000 m², expanding to all new buildings by 2030.

Why Attend?

Gain insights into what the changes to the EPBD will mean for you and learn how to use Level(s) to meet the new regulatory requirements. Stay ahead of evolving EU regulations with presentations from experts implementing the directive at the Member State level.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is essential for construction sector developers, design teams, procurers, and investors looking to align their projects with EU sustainability regulations. It's also invaluable for product manufacturers and construction companies, ensuring your operations, from design to demolition, are compliant and sustainable. Financial market participants and advisors will benefit from understanding sustainable investing opportunities and requirements. Additionally, national ministries and civil society members focused on sustainable development and environmental policy, as well as end-users of energy performance certificates, will find this webinar crucial.

Event Details:

Date: June 19, 2024
Time: 10:00 to 11:30 CEST

Don’t miss this opportunity to prepare for the future of building sustainability. Register now to secure your place and stay informed about the critical changes shaping the construction and real estate sectors.

Join to understand the implications of the EPBD revisions and how Level(s) can be a powerful tool in your sustainability toolkit. We look forward to your participation!

This webinar is an initiative by the European Commission to support the transition towards sustainable building practices and to ensure compliance with the latest EU regulations. For more details and registration, visit the official event page here.

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