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Governance EU Climate Neutrality Framework

Key EU legislations aim at transforming and decarbonising the European building stock. This includes:

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In addition to legislation, the EU has also adopted a series of initiatives to support Member States, increase knowledge about EU building stock, and monitor its progress over time: the Building Stock Observatory (BSO) collects data on all building typologies across the EU; while national databases on Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) are meant to provide up-to-date information on the performance of buildings sold, rented or which have undergone major renovations. LTRS and NECP also provide data on national building stock. This can help to assess the achievement of goals, compare different countries and building types, and monitor the effectiveness of policies and financial instruments.

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