Energy efficiency is at the heart of the EU’s Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and of the transition to a resource efficient economy. Energy efficiency is one of the most cost effective ways to enhance security of energy supply, and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and other pollutants.
Energy efficiency is one of the most cost effective ways to enhance security of energy supply, and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and other pollutants. In many ways, energy efficiency can be seen as Europe’s biggest energy resource. This is why the Union has set itself a target for 2020 of saving 20% of its primary energy consumption compared to projections, and why this objective was identified in the Commission’s Communication on Energy 2020 as a key step towards achieving our long-term energy and climate goals.
(Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, The Council, The European Economic And Social Committee And The Committee Of The Regions, Energy Efficiency Plan 2011)
The greatest energy saving potential lies in buildings. The world is focused on building green, buildings can save energy, provide a pleasant, friendly environment and integrate into the landscape.
A special construction powered by the sun appeared in Alsace, France.
House creator, Eric Wasser, received an award for patent principle of building the national competition of inventions, Lepine contest in 2003.
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