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8 > Proposed amendments to existing and planned regulations

In October 2008, the Ministry of Infrastructure proposed several changes to the Construction Act, which will soon be sent to the Parliament. With the complete and adequate fulfilment of the Directive’s requirements in mind, the main changes include:

› the set-up of a unique set of requirements (at the moment, there are three different regulations for the preparation of certificates for apartments, and the lack of certificate is not penalised);

› the achievement of absolute conformity with the Directive’s requirements by adding the definition of the “certificate of energy performance” to the Construction Act. The definition should include the requirement of an energy performance assessment by comparison with reference values, and the obligation to define the possibilities of improving the energy quality of the assessed building or apartment;

› the achievement of full conformity with the Directive of the existing requirements for the qualifications of the persons responsible for the delivery of energy performance certificates, by improving the qualification criteria and introducing professional responsibility and insurance, along with the requirement of experts’ independence, to avoid conflicts of interest;

› monitoring the system issuing energy performance certificates and carrying out inspections of installations.

Other measures are also under way in order to develop standardized procedures and conditions for the inspections of boilers, heating installations and air conditioning systems.

9 > Informational campaign

An informational campaign, performed in the context of the educational program „Dom przyjazny” (Friendly house) and aimed at facility managers and building owners, started in June 2005. From 2005 to 2007, two informational leaflets on the benefits and obligations deriving from the EPBD were published. These publications can be downloaded from the website www.domprzyjazny.org. The following actions are planned for 2009:

1. Continuation of the informational campaign in the context of the educational program „Dom przyjazny” addressed to:

• managers, owners and local government administration officers, through leaflets, brochures and posters;

• notaries, surveyors and real estate agents, through leaflets and posters presenting the advantages of energy performance certificates;

• designers and construction supervisors, through brochures supporting their self-education on the erection of energy efficient and passive buildings.

2. Preparation of a TV spot to be emitted by the governmental television channel.

3. Preparation of an informational platform on the ministry’s site

www.mi.gov.pl dedicated to the Directive, which will include FAQ and climate databases.

4. Organisation of an international experts conference on experiences and problems faced in the Directive’s implementation.

5. Organisation of a conference for the building products industry on achievements of energy efficiency goals and problems in fulfilling regulations.

This paper has been prepared in collaboration with the EPBD Concerted Action (www.epbd-ca.org)

The EPBD Buildings Platform has been launched by the European Commission in the frame of the Intelligent Energy – Europe, 2003-2006 programme. It is managed by INIVE EEIG (www.inive.org), on behalf of DG Energy and Transport.

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