Energy Community commends Moldova on advancing energy efficiency reforms

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Moldova’s government approved on Wednesday (6 March) a programme for the renovation obligation for buildings owned or rented by central public authorities between 2024-2026.

This decision is in line with the principles outlined in the Law on Energy Efficiency and lays the groundwork for Moldova to meet its obligations under Article 5 of the Energy Efficiency Directive ahead of schedule, the Energy Community Secretariat said in a press release.

Under the programme, the Moldovan government commits to renovating a designated area of government buildings annually. The government has also prioritised the renovation of key state-owned hospitals.

The Energy Community Secretariat, in collaboration with Moldova’s Ministry of Energy under the EU4Energy project, provided support in the programme’s development, including developing legislative acts and consultations with key stakeholders.

Co-founded by the EU, the EU4Energy Governance project provides aid to Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine for their clean energy transition and decarbonisation policies.

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