Recommendations on further proceedings on the Proposal for an Energy Efficiency Directive

Published: 23 February 2012

Policies & Issues: Energy & Climate

In view of the further proceedings in preparing for the vote of the European Parliament Industry Committee on the Commission proposal for an Energy Efficiency Directive, Orgalime submits its comments, which aim at ensuring as ambitious as possible a Directive with concrete binding measures, while leaving some limited degree of flexibility to take due account of early actions in the area of energy efficiency measures taken by member states.

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