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Buildings are the largest energy consuming sector in the world and account for over one-third of total final energy consumption and an equally important source of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Achieving significant energy and emissions reduction in the buildings sector is a challenging but obtainable policy goal. This study provides informative insights on:- cost-effective options, key technologies and opportunities in the buildings sector;- solutions for reducing electricity demand growth and flattening peak demand;
Post date: 5 Jul 2013
Type: Publication

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Post date: 24 Apr 2013
Type: Event

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Post date: 12 Oct 2012
Type: Publication

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Post date: 1 Oct 2012
Type: Event

Post date: 10 Sep 2012
Type: Publication

The technology being developed by the European consortium will apply equally to new and existing buildings and will help to reduce the estimated 35% of the continent’s carbon emissions that come from the built environment.
Post date: 3 Sep 2012
Type: News

Increasingly, policy and the market alike are driving building owners to focus on sustainability, livability and productivity. As energy prices and energy security concerns increase, and as information technology allows better performance tracking, building owners and occupants are seeking more information on the performance of their buildings. The net zero energy building is an idea that has captured technologists, architects and governments around the world. But is it possible?
Post date: 25 Nov 2011
Type: Publication