Energy efficiency policy in Europe: The 2020 toss-up

The European Union (EU) leads the pack in energy efficiency policy, primarily through its Directives 2010/30/EU  and 2010/31/EU. These European Commission (EC) Directives set broad energy efficiency targets for the EU, but leave the specific details and implementation strategies to individual member...

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