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What is needed to make the market deliver Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings which are easier and cheaper to build and manage?
Housing providers must ensure that the market delivers nearly-zero energy homes which are both simpler and cheaper to build and manage.
Post date: 8 lis 2012
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Post date: 13 wrz 2012
Post date: 24 sie 2012
L'Espoir: 15 Kwh/m²/an
Post date: 6 lip 2012
The project will have 5 components:improved policies to support energy efficiency in low-income communitiesimproved capacity among local builders and suppliers to reduce fuel consumption in low-income communitiescommunity based retrofits of schools, municipal buildings, and householdsimproved databases and methodologies for tracking buildings energy needsmonitoring and evaluation.
Post date: 27 cze 2012
Post date: 18 cze 2012
Following the success of the first social landlord competition under the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme last year, DECC has launched a bigger and better second round. The amount of money available has increased from £3 million to £10 million, with more time for social landlords to apply.Registered providers for social housing such as local authorities and social housing associations will be able to bid for up to around £175,000 each.
Post date: 4 cze 2012
Post date: 8 Maj 2012
Post date: 23 kwi 2012