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Ambitions stalling on energy efficient buildings

Despite the fact that energy efficiency could help the EU meet up to half its climate requirements and create jobs, health, and safety in the process, it is still difficult to get both attention and support for the field.

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A camera man knocks over a metal lamp several metres high, which crashes just half a metre from where Morten Helveg Pedersen is being interviewed. A more cynical journalist might entertain the headline "Danish EU Parliamentarian in bizarre near-death experience," in order to inject some drama into what was otherwise, a relatively undramatic affair.

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