The Energy Certification classifies the energy performance of the building or autonomous fraction on a Scale from A+ to G and recommends a set of improvements.
The buildings sector is responsible for the consumption of approximately 40% of final energy in Europe. However, more than 50% of this consumption can be reduced through energy efficiency measures, which can represent an annual reduction of 400 million tonnes of CO2 – almost the entirety of the European Union (EU) commitment under the Kyoto Protocol. . To deal with this situation, the EU Member States have been promoting a set of measures to promote the improvement of energy performance and the comfort conditions of buildings.More informations