Energy Efficiency (Eligible Buildings) Regs 2013
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The Energy Efficiency (Eligible Buildings) Regulations 2013 came into force on 15 January 2014
15 Jan 2014
Built environment - UK
The Energy Efficiency (Eligible Buildings) Regulations 2013 transpose article 5 of the Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU:
- reg. 3 sets an energy savings target of 163.6 Gw hours to be achieved in eligible buildings owned and occupied by central government;
- reg. 4 places a duty on the competent authorities to encourage public bodies to adopt energy efficiency plans; and
- reg. 5 requires the secretary of state to the operation and effect of these Regulations and publish a report by 14 January 2019.
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