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EuropeAid Feature - Energy efficiency in the construction sector in the Mediterranean

Reducing energy consumption is a key objective in the battle against climate change. Best practices in energy efficiency construction must therefore be established. Strengthening business services and supporting markets, improving institutional capacities and establishing favourable institutional structures as well as fiscal and economic instruments would also lead to more efficient energy use and consumption.
 
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