The Building Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) has researched and developed an ambitious roadmap for Bulgaria which will help the country progress towards the implementation of nearly Zero-Energy Buildings and dramatically reduce the national level of energy consumption and related carbon emissions. BPIE research recommends a holistic policy approach which can deliver on energy, climate and economic goals.
The current study builds on the previous report “Principles for nearly Zero-Energy Buildings” and evaluates through indicative simulations whether these principles hold true for the situation in Bulgaria.
The objective is to offer an independent and research-based opinion proactively supporting national efforts to draw up an affordable yet ambitious definition and an implementation roadmap for nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEBs) in Bulgaria.
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