Implications of the Fit for 55 Package on Member States’ Energy Saving Obligations Changes to the update following the finalisation of the EPBD

How does the Fit for 55 package and the revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) ‘s legislation affect Member States’ implementation of their energy savings obligations under the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED)?

The second edition of this paper coincides with the publication of the recast EPBD ((EU)2024/1275) in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) in May 2024. As we approach the end of the current term of the European Parliament, the Energy Taxation Directive (ETD) remains in negotiation, however, we retain an assessment of the European Commission’s proposal in the paper. We also include assessments of other initiatives and ongoing legislative processes operating since the publication of the Commission’s proposal for the Fit for 55 package: the RePowerEU initiative has created new obligations for Member States, while Ecodesign, has continued to evolve with reviews of individual product regulations.

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Join our webinar on 30th May to get more insights on the topic!

With the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, new opportunities arise for Member States to implement energy savings obligations. This webinar will provide an overview of the main changes and how they relate to the Energy Efficiency Directive for energy savings. Experts from Czechia and The Netherlands will also share their experiences and knowledge on energy savings obligation in buildings.


  • Introduction | Jean-Sébastien Broc, IEECP
  • Interactions between EPBD and the EED energy savings obligation | Samuel Thomas, RAP
  • The Dutch experience with the minimum energy performance standard for offices | Dr. Joost Hartlief, Senior advisor at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)
  • Renovating buildings: the Czech experience with the Green Savings Programme | Nathalie Marková, Energy Efficiency Policy Officer at the Czech Ministry of industry and Trade
  • Panel discussion with Edyta Nowak, DG ENER
  • Q&A

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