NAVIGATION
HOME

Climate change is a reality, which is altering the world around us. Urgent action needs to be taken now.



The construction industry is a large contributor to CO2 emissions, with buildings responsible for 40% of the total European energy consumption and a third of CO2 emissions. To help address climate change the European Commission has set specific targets to be achieved by 2020, known as the 20/20 targets. These targets are to reduce energy consumption by 20%, reduce CO2 emissions by 20% and provide 20% of the total energy share with renewable energy.

In order to help the construction industry reach the 20/20 targets and achieve energy neutral buildings and districts by 2050 the European Construction Technology Platform has set up the Energy Efficient Building European Initiative (E2B EI), steered by the Energy Efficient Buildings Association (E2BA) founded in November 2008.

This is a Europe wide industry driven research and demonstration programme for energy efficient buildings and districts, with the ambitious vision that all European buildings will be designed, built or renovated to high energy efficiency standards by 2050.




Last News



H2020 InfoDay on Research PPPs organized by the EC on 16 October 2015

E2BA workshop on EeB priority topics and General Assembly in Brussels on 10 June 2015

EeB cPPP Impact Workshop organized by the EC with the EeB project representatives on 27-28 April 2015

E2BA brokerage event and General Assembly in Brussels on 26 November 2014

Presentations and brokerage ideas from the H2020 InfoDay on Research PPPs (21 October 2014) available (read more on the ECTP-E2BA e-News portal)

E2BA General Assembly in Brussels on 19 June 2014

Presentations from the ECTP-E2BA Conference (17-19 June 2014) available online

EeB cPPP Impact Workshop organized by the EC with the EeB project representatives on 1-2 April 2014 (read more on the ECTP-E2BA e-News portal)


Founding Members of the Association



Acciona InfraestructurasArupBouyguesDappolonia
EDFMostostalSaint-gobain