20 Apr 2015
Damian Robinson (Divisional Director, Delta-Simons) and Cristian Plas (Managing Director, Denkstatt) will present the risks and opportunities for businesses operating within the EU.
With the introduction of numerous energy directives across the European Union, many of which are currently being drafted into national regulation, the Inogen Environmental Alliance® will explore what this means for the automotive industry at the Third Annual Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) workshop – to be held on April 29th in Detroit, Michigan.
Damian Robinson (Divisional Director, Delta-Simons) and Cristian Plas (Managing Director, Denkstatt) will present the RISKS and OPPORTUNITIES for businesses operating within the EU, with particular focus on:
The EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EU EED) - requiring all non-SMEs to undertake mandatory energy auditing requirements.
The EU Energy Performance Buildings Directive (EU EPBD) – requiring properties to have Energy Performance Certificates and the introduction of minimum energy performance standards for new and refurbished buildings.