|Policy status:||In Force|
|Policy Type:||Regulatory Instruments>Codes and standards, Regulatory Instruments, Regulatory Instruments>Auditing, Regulatory Instruments>Monitoring|
|Policy Target:||Buildings>Building Type>Residential, Buildings, Buildings>Existing buildings, Buildings>New buildings, Buildings>Building Code>Energy performance, Buildings>Building Type>Non-residential, Buildings>Building Code>Energy frame|
|Agency:||Flemish Energy Agency|
|Legal References:||Energy Decree of 8 May 2009 ; Energy law of 19/11/2010, Title IX, Chapter I|
On 7 May 2004, the Government of Flanders introduced the Energy Performance Decree which provides the legal basis for the implementation of minimum energy performance requirements and energy certificates for buildings.
On 26 November 2004, the Government of Flanders approved in a second stage the minimum energy performance and internal climate requirements. From 1 January 2006, these requirements are obliged for new buildings and for conversions for which an application for an urban development license must be submitted. This applies to all buildings that are heated or cooled for people that live, work, recreate, ... in that building. From 1 January 2014 not only minimum energy performance requirements are fixed, but also a minimum share of energy must come from renewable energy sources (e.g. PV, solar boiler, ...). For school and offices this requirement already starts on 1 January 2013.
|This record supersedes:||Energy Performance of Buildings : Brussels goes passive in 2015|
Last modified: Tue, 29 Apr 2014 14:27:10 CEST