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Today, 36 percent of energy use and nearly 40 percent of the carbon emissions in the world come from buildings, according to the UN Global Status Report 2017. To achieve the
EU-funded researchers have developed a cloud-based platform to reduce energy use in buildings and battery energy storage systems to benefit end users and utility providers.
The UK Green Building Council has launched a new Task Group to inform the upcoming zero carbon building standards and explore how the allowable solutions market can deliver
‘European Union lawmakers reached a tentative agreement on Tuesday (19 December) on some key parts of a draft law that will facilitate the renovation of Europe’s
Government Europa speaks to Vivian Dorizas from BPIE about smart buildings, addressing how and why they are necessary for environmental and economic change. Link:
An analysis by the Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) on the readiness of EU countries to transition to smart buildings concludes that no Member State is fully
In an old harbour crowded with houseboats, Amsterdam is looking to the future with plans to construct low-energy homes in a climate-neutral neighbourhood. The Houthaven
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