The EU Taxonomy Regulation is a classification system that establishes criteria for determining whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable. It aims at promoting sustainable investment and facilitating the transition to a low-carbon and more sustainable economy.
Within the EU Taxonomy, the part related to energy efficiency in buildings is covered under the "Climate Change Mitigation objective”. It focuses on activities that contribute to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, including improving energy efficiency.
Specifically, the EU Taxonomy provides criteria for determining when a building meets the requirements for energy efficiency. To be classified as environmentally sustainable under the EU Taxonomy, a building must comply with specific performance thresholds for energy efficiency.
Achieving EU Taxonomy compliance can be challenging, but with Ento's platform, it's easier than before!
Our platform is designed to help businesses track energy performance and consumption over time, enabling them to monitor progress toward energy-saving goals. We can assist in collecting and analyzing energy data, identifying energy-saving opportunities, monitoring and measuring energy performance, and verifying energy savings using the IPMVP method for accuracy and accountability. This way, we can help you meet your goal and become energy efficient according to the EU Taxonomy criteria in order to increase your sustainability commitment.
If you're ready to take your energy management to the next level and want to achieve EU Taxonomy compliance*, contact us today to book a demo and learn more about how Ento can help you reach your energy-saving goals.
*While Ento's platform can help with many aspects of the certification process, it's important to note that we don’t deliver any certification.
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