UK’s efficiency plan ‘not fully coherent’

The UK’s National Energy Efficiency Action Plan describes a wide range of existing and planned measures, but many lack ambition or include questionable assumptions

Housing must deliver two thirds of energy savings. Credit: Natesh Ramasay/CC BY 2.0Building regulations and domestic energy saving obligations on suppliers will account for two thirds of savings in DECC’s National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP).1

The plan, submitted to the European Commission on 30 April and covering the period to 2020, contains 19 policy measures. It follows a submission on the UK’s energy efficiency target spanning the period 2014-20, required under the EU Energy Efficiency Directive.2

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