Energy efficiency-default risk correlation bolsters EEMI
Posted on 9 September 2020
A buildingâ€™s energy efficiency has a negative and highly significant correlation with the risk of mortgage default, according to an EEMI study, which it says is the fullest analysis of the subject and a timely finding as the European Commission sets out its post-Covid-19 agenda...
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