- Department of Energy & Climate Change
- Part of:
- Energy demand reduction in industry, business and the public sector, Greenhouse gas emissions, and Household energy
- 30 April 2014
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
The NEEAP explains how the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive will help realise the UK's cost effective energy efficiency potential.
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On 30 April 2014, the UK Government published its National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP). The NEEAP was published in accordance with Article 24 of the Energy Efficiency Directive and sets out how the UK Government will comply with the Directive.
The UK is committed to realising the remaining cost-effective energy efficiency potential in the UK economy. The UK’s NEEAP explains how the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive will help us to realise this potential, building on the UK’s leadership on energy efficiency.
The Government has also published its Building Renovation Strategy. The Strategy has been published in accordance with Article 4 of the Energy Efficiency Directive and it sets out the UK’s portfolio of policies that stimulate investment in energy efficiency building renovation, supported by an overview of the UK’s national building stock to help understand the opportunities for further cost-effective renovation.
Published: 30 April 2014