The problem of energy quality control in buildingswas officially recognised for the first time at aEuropean level in the EEC directive no. 93/76 of1993. This directive represented the formal actof an undertaking to promote actions that wouldlead to a reduction in global carbon dioxide (CO2)emissions. Article 2 of this directive established that states should carry out programmes concerning the energy certification of buildings, which were consistent in the description of their energy parameters, so as to allow future users of a building to know and understand its energy efficiency.Italy acknowledged this directive, along withthe subsequent European directive 2002/91/CE onenergy efficiency in the building industry, with the Legislative Decree 192 of 2005.
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2008|