New report on zero energy buildings

The global energy demand from the building and construction sector continues to rise, mainly due to rapid expansion of buildings’ floor area and global climate change. Ambitious, yet compelling, zero energy buildings (ZEB) are deemed to directly and effectively address the global issues on climate change and energy scarcity. ReportLinker discusses its new report on … Continue reading New report on zero energy buildings

Concerns about “net-zero energy ready” buildings in Canada

As many countries around the world are planning on ambitious energy efficient buildings, Canada has run into some problems for new buildings.  John Bleasby discusses latest developments in an article on the Daily Commercial News website   Energy efficiency advocates concerned about direction of 2020 NBC Two groups representing Canada’s leading edge of building energy … Continue reading Concerns about “net-zero energy ready” buildings in Canada

Addressing our energy demand is fundamental for our low carbon energy transition

There is much to do to reach net zero emissions.  One crucial area that must be addressed is our energy consumption. Tim Foxon explains in an article on the Sustainability Times website.   To have net zero emissions we must lower our energy needs Reaching net zero carbon emissions will require a new energy-industrial revolution, … Continue reading Addressing our energy demand is fundamental for our low carbon energy transition