Policy Spotlights

The aim of those briefings is to inform KeepWarm stakeholders such as district heating operators, national, regional and local policy makers, renewable energy and excess heat suppliers as well as other stakeholders working in district heating related sectors, on recent changes in EU energy legislation that have been launched with a view of raising EU climate and energy goals and adjusting them to achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement, that have an impact on the heating and cooling sector.

The first KeepWarm Policy Spotlight summarises the revised EU Renewable Energy Directive (REDII). The main elements for Member States on further development of the (district) heating and cooling sector are covered in Articles 23 and 24.

Watch this space for our upcoming Policy Spotlights about modifications to the energy efficiency and buildings performance directives!