Germany’s Energy Efficiency Strategy 2050

Germany’s Energy Efficiency Strategy 2050 sets out a long-term pathway for strengthening German energy efficiency policy. In this way, it also makes an appropriate contribution to achieving the EU energy efficiency target (of reducing primary and final energy consumption by least 32.5% by 2030). The Strategy sets a new energy efficiency target for 2030, brings together the necessary measures in a new National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NAPE 2.0) and contains guidelines on how the dialogue process on the Energy Efficiency Roadmap 2050 should be designed

Published by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)