Is an Energy Efficiency Directive the right step forward?

Is an Energy Efficiency Directive the right step forward?
The European Commission is proposing to introduce a new Energy Efficiency Directive to increase the efficiency of energy generation from waste plants by making combined heat and power (CHP) with district heating the default option. Do you think this will have the desired effect?
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