Top-15 % energy efficient buildings under EU Taxonomy
By Jyske Realkredit Rating & IR
According to the EU Taxonomy Regulation, existing buildings can contribute to the environmental objective “climate change mitigation” and thus be classified as a sustainable activity, provided the building meets the requirements in the technical screening criteria. Here buildings built before 2021 must have at least an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of A or, as an alternative, be within the top 15% most energy-efficient properties (7.7 Acquisition of buildings) expressed as operational Primary Energy Demand (PED).
This analysis briefly describes the criteria for selecting properties built before 1 January 2021 in Denmark which qualify for being within the top 15% of the most energy-efficient properties.
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