Temperature in offices and public premises limited by Royal Decree
Published: December 01, 2009
The Council of Ministers has approved today, 27th
November 2009, the Royal Decree for the modification of Temperature regulations
for buildings (RITE) which, amongst other things, establishes that the
temperature in offices, public administration buildings, pubs, shops, stations
or cinemas, can not be higher than 21 degrees centigrade in winter or lower
than 26 degrees in summer to encourage saving energy.