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  • The AIE Board and Technical task Force meet @ Light and building on 15 March 2016 Frankfurt: Top themes 2016.

    ►Smart technologies: The keystones of modern building-services technology. Integrated building planning, digitalisation, increased interlinkage and pan-system solutions are the key to a modern and flexible environment at work not only in public buildings, hotels, hospitals, etc., but also at home.

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  • The ThinkYoung/3M Survey, launched in Paris in the framework of the COP 21, asked current and aspiring entrepreneurs for their views on how business can best contribute to fighting climate change and on what they expect from the COP21 UN conference.

    92% of young Europeans indicate that they see climate change as one of the most important issues that the world is facing.

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  • Further to the discussions within the AIE, the European Commission informed us about the availability of the report on the regulated profession of 'electrician'.

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  • Ahead of an imminent publication of a Commission’s political communication on the Energy Union, which includes progress achieved, plans for the future, and policy conclusions, Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič unveiled the political messages and executive's legislative plans for 2016. Šefčovič said that for his services, 2016 was “very clearly the year of delivery”.

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  • Just after the closure of the consultation on the Energy performance of Buildings Directive on 31 October, the EC launched on 4 November last the review on the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). As required by Article 3(2 of the EED), an assessment was carried out by the Commission in 2014 to review progress towards the EU 20% energy efficiency target for 2020. An updated analysis of how Member States are achieving the 20% 2020 target on energy efficiency will be published as part of the State of the Energy Union package in November 2015. The review of the EED is foreseen for the second half of 2016.

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