No renovation wave in sight across EU recovery plans in central and eastern Europe
July 26, 2021
In the national recovery and resilience plans, energy efficiency and building renovations can play a key role for Member States to achieve the required target of 37 per cent of expenditures related to climate. The potential to modernise buildings is the greatest in central and eastern Europe, where the building stock is particularly inefficient. But an assessment of eight national plans across the region finds uneven progress towards these aims. Christophe Jost of Bankwatch concludes that this is likely to hamper efforts to decarbonise the region’s building stock in line with the Renovation Wave´s ambitious objectives.
Central and Eastern Europe’s buildings renovation plans fall far short of 55% emissions cuts
July 16, 2021
July 16, 2021 by Christophe Jost Leave a Comment