The Energieeinsparverordnung (German: [ʔɛnɐˈɡiːˈʔaɪ̯n.ʃpa:.fɐˈʔoˑɐ̯t.nʊŋ]; EnEV) is a regulation in Germany describing minimum requirements regarding energy use of new and renovated buildings. Private and most commercial buildings have to be built according to the regulation to obtain a building license.

The requirements are set to stricter standards in irregular intervals.

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