The ALDREN event in the EU parliament: Make the EU Green Deal implementation more efficient

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The 22nd of January the ALDREN project organised an event in the European parliament with the support and participation of several Members of the European Parliament (MEP), hosted by MEP Ljudmila Novak, and the European Commission, on the topic “ALDREN Alliance for Deep RENovation in buildings: encouraging investments and accelerating the movement towards a nearly zero-energy non-residential building stock”. The key message from the MEPs and European Commission the need to address climate and energy issues urgently. “Our house is burning and flooding” mentioned Pau Garcia Audi, the representant from the EU Commission. Energy poverty, Health & wellbeing, the coherent application of the ambitious EU policy targets in the Member States by the building professionals, reliable and technology neutral  implementation of the “Clean Energy Package” were among the topics discussed during the event.


More information and videos available on the ALDREN project website here

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