Op-ed: Please don’t let climate targets be (deliberately) misunderstood (Euractiv)

Published by Euractiv on: 9 October 2018 | The agreements on the various parts of the EU clean energy package were hard fought, but their signing marks the beginning of the battle to implement them, as much as it does the end of the struggle to agree them!

Op-ed: Changed political dynamics could threaten energy efficiency (FORESIGHT)

Published by FORESIGHT on: 5 October 2018 | Populist politics must not be allowed to interfere with EU plans to increase energy efficiency gains in buildings, argues Adrian Joyce, Director of the Renovate Europe Campaign.

Op-ed: Croatia’s renovation projects can teach us as much as their football (Euractiv)

Published by Euractiv on: 17 July 2018 | What do Croatia’s football team and its energy efficiency programmes have in common? Experience, skill, tenacity and an inspiring amount of success, writes Adrian Joyce.

Op-ed: "Efficiency First" will deliver – let’s start with renovating our buildings (Euractiv)

Published by Euractiv on: 16 March 2018 | There is a simple truth about EU climate policy: If it does not put energy efficiency first, it will not meet its objectives cost-effectively. And if it does not try to do that, it may not meet them at all, writes Adrian Joyce.

Op-ed: Building renovation can become "Europe’s biggest jobs programme" (Euractiv)

Published by Euractiv on: 11 December 2017 | The EU’s next long-term budget for 2021-2027 offers a unique opportunity to demonstrate the tangible benefits that EU policies and funding can deliver to citizens on the ground, argues Adrian Joyce.

Op-ed: Renovation is about more than just energy savings (Euractiv)

Published by Euractiv on: 2 October 2017 | The multiple benefits of building renovation programmes include known advantages in terms of reduced energy bills and job creation. But less is known about other benefits like avoided healthcare costs, and even higher exam success rates for students, writes Adrian Joyce.