How can increased energy renovation of buildings make the Energy Union a success for citizens? What opportunities arise in 2016  to create a real renovation market that will bring added value to European consumers?  How can the revisions of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and the Energy Efficiency Directive contribute to reduced energy costs, improved health and wellbeing, higher property value, and increased job creation and competitiveness?

Hosted by MEP Theresa Griffin and organised by Renovate Europe, this breakfast debate on 15th June will focus on consumer interests in achieving Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) standards by 2050 for the building stock in the EU.

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