Overall, the RRF supports energy efficiency through a wide range measures, including enabling and complementary reforms (see above). However, other significant sources of public and private financing will be required to meet the 55 % GHG emissions reduction target. This is brought into sharp relief by a comparison between the 2021-2026 investments planned for energy efficiency under the RRF (€54.85 billion) and the annual investment needs in the residential sector estimated by the European Commission (€180.1 billion). The table below shows that the 10 largest individual measures or sub-measures in the field of energy efficiency under the NRRPs jointly account for more than half of the RRF investment in the policy area.
Energy efficiency in the NRRPs
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