Governmental Decree No.2019 of 2008 adopting the National Energy Efficiency Action Plan
The Plan also notes that actions including the following could further save energy:extension of state aid to upgrade household appliances and lightbulbs; state aid to develop energy saving awareness activities; making the use of energy efficient office equipment obligatory; promotion of the dissemination of energy-saving building technologies; and strengthening the energy aspect of environmental and traffic safety considerations in connection with the import of used vehicles.
The NEEAP was modified in 2010 under the Governmental Decision No.1076 of 2010 on the Modified National Energy Efficiency Action Plan of Hungary (MNEEAP) and the second NEEAP (NEEAP II) was adopted under the Governmental Decision No.1374 of 2011. The NEEAP II includes shortcomings and an action plan aiming to solve them, national energy saving targets and measures in energy end-use, sectoral measures for energy saving and institutions responsible for implementation and monitoring. Identified shortcomings includes the lack of following: overarching, nationwide demand forecast based on reliable fuel and electricity demand forecast; sufficient monitoring of implementation of the measures in NEEAP I; reliable information on opportunities for energy savings in industry; energy data of dwelling houses; and reliable data about the energy consumption of public buildings.