50-year payback on EU-funded retrofits
Billions of Euros aimed at helping member states improve energy-efficiency are being spent on uneconomical refurbishment of public buildings, warn auditorsIn a report examining energy-efficiency programmes co-funded by the EU, the European Court of Auditors (ECA) concluded that member states were failing to consider payback times or whether energy-savin
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