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The impact of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards: some evidence from the London office market

McAllister, P. and Nase, I. (2019) The impact of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards: some evidence from the London office market. Energy Policy, 132. pp. 714-722. ISSN 0301-4215

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1016/j.enpol.2019.05.060

Abstract/Summary

This paper provides a preliminary evaluation of staged introduction of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards in England and Wales in the period after announcement but before policy implementation. A process evaluation of the specific policy design focussing on potential sources of policy failure is provided. Drawing upon a database of all EPCs registered for offices in London, preliminary empirical evidence is presented on policy outcomes post-announcement and pre-implementation period. The extent to which EPC G and F rated office buildings in London have improved their EPC rating in anticipation of the introduction of the policy between 2011 until 2017 is analysed. It is found that a maximum of 0.65% of the properties affected by the introduction of minimum standards had modifications that could have been triggered by the policy intervention in the period prior to policy implementation.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:84242
Publisher:Elsevier

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