From 2030 onwards, new private buildings must begin to “comply” with the environmental objectives under the New Green Deal: which in practice means reducing the harmful emissions for which they are responsible for 40 percent
Fratelli d’Italia is targeting the proposal for a European directive “Epbd” with the new rules on the energy efficiency of buildings. «The house is sacred and cannot be touched. Brothers of Italy warns against the European Union’s attempt to foist on Italy, with the directive on energy efficiency, a disguised asset that goes to harm the rights of the owners». This is what the group leader of Fratelli d’Italia in the Chamber underlined in a note, Tommaso Foti announcing that the group had “presented a resolution in Parliament to ask that the government intervene to prevent the approval of a law that would harm millions of Italian owners of properties”.
From 2030, new homes must reduce emissions by 40 percent
The package is part of the “Fit for 55” environmental policy which aims to reduce CO2 by 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 data. From 2030 onwards, new private buildings must begin to “get into compliance” with the objectives environmental issues under the New Green Deal: which in practice means cutting down on harmful emissions for which they are responsible for 40 percent. Concretely, it means that “buildings must consume little energy, be powered as far as possible by renewable sources, and must not emit carbon emissions from fossil fuels on site”, explained Brussels, illustrating the proposed directive.
The next steps
The proposal for a directive was supposed to be examined by the European Parliament’s Environment Commission on 24 January, but it is likely that it will be postponed to early February: the goal is to reach the final vote in March on a text that constitutes the European Parliament’s negotiating position in view of the negotiation with the Council.