Why the UK should remain aligned with EU buildings energy policy

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The EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive has a proud legacy in the UK - policymakers would be wise to implement its latest initiatives, argues BEEF's Andrew Warren

This month, the European Union (EU) will include full details of the fourth iteration of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) in its official gazette of record, the Official Journal of...

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