The information provided in this layer gives an overview of the legislation and requirements in each country and shows how they impact the spread of PEB concepts, with the help of a practical example. Different policies and related boundary conditions in each country have a great influence on the successful implementation of plus energy concepts.Therefore, national funding schemes and local policies are analysed in regard to support renewable energy generation in buildings and favour the connection with the electric grid and other district buildings (e.g. direct delivery of power to neighbour buildings, grid feed-in) as well as the local energy market (e.g. energy prices, feed-in tariff) and foreseen developments and environmental aspects.
boundary_conditions, local_policies, PEB, Europe
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