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The Working Group Domestic Heating was created in 2012 in order to promote biomass in the domestic heating sector. In the framework of the EU’s long-term decarbonisation strategy, tackling the heating and cooling (H&C) sector is getting more and more attention. Biomass can offer a wide range of sustainable solutions, including in the residential sector. The key topics discussed by the WG include building regulations, air emissions and stoves & boilers certifications.
Bioenergy Europe's Working Group Competitiveness will meet online for a flash meeting on 21 September, 14:30-17:00 (CEST).
Programme at a glance:
+ REDIII plenary vote updates & next steps
+ State of play of Energy Labelling and Energy Performance of Buildings
+ Ongoing discussion on air quality directive
Please note this WG is for Bioenergy Europe members, however, observers are welcome at the discretion of Bioenergy Europe. If you wish to participate as an observer please contact the Bioenergy Europe team.
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