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Novel Heat-Transfer Medium and Air Wall Increase Efficiency of Solar Thermal Tower Power Plants
ARMOR ASCA's Organic Solar Cells can Even be Integrated into Safety Glass
ARMOR solar power films GmbH from Kitzingen, Germany, known under the brand name ASCA®, has developed a new technology that allows organic photovoltaic cells to be integrated quickly, easily and flexibly into any glass format and facade.
Energy Commission Adopts Updated Building Standards to Improve Efficiency, Reduce Emissions From Homes and Businesses
The California Energy Commission today adopted the 2022 Building Energy Efficiency Standards for newly constructed and renovated buildings that will produce benefits to support the state’s public health, climate and clean energy goals.
Lithuania to Renovate Private Residential Buildings and Cut Emissions with EU Help
In an effort to improve the energy use in Lithuania
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Serbia to Introduce Incentives for Households to Install Solar Panels – Minister
The Ministry of Mining and Energy will launch a public call for subsidies for solar panels at the beginning of September, and another one by the end of the year for incentives to implement energy efficiency measures.
Energy-Efficient Buildings Get Green Light in Brunei
Thirteen government and commercial premises in Temburong District that went through an energy efficiency auditing programme have been given Building Energy Label Certificates.
Kosovo* Gets EUR 5 million for Saving Energy in Households
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has approved a EUR 5 million credit line to Raiffeisen Bank Kosovo under the Green Economy Financing Facility program.
DOE to Update Energy Efficiency Standards for Manufactured Homes
The standards for this high-demand housing type have last been updated more than 25 years ago.
ONU Invests $3.6 million to Making a More Energy-Efficient Campus
Ohio Northern University has made a big investment commitment that aims to make the campus more energy efficient.
Net Zero Carbon Building Solution for Singapore
Envision Digital and ST Engineering are to co-develop a digital building suite which could support the move towards net zero carbon cities globally.
New Zero Carbon Building Accelerator Eyes 2050 Decarbonisation Goal
A new programme has been launched to help accelerate the decarbonisation of buildings.
K-City Network Global Cooperation Program to Commence Soon
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced on June 23 that this year’s K-City Network Global Cooperation Program would be initiated in 11 selected out of 39 applicant countries.
Researchers Receive £1.3m to Develop Low-Carbon Energy Storage for Buildings
The technology could help decarbonise the building sector, while also addressing issues of fuel poverty and pollution.
New Buildings in Berlin must have Solar Rooftops from 2023
The rule comes into force at the beginning of 2023.
How Improving Our Buildings can Help us Reach Net Zero
These emissions are mainly the result of burning fossil fuels for heating through our gas and oil boilers – as well as some for cooking.
Green Buildings to Help Poland Reach Climate Goals
Poland needs to decarbonise the country’s construction sector as buildings play a crucial role in Poland’s effort to meet the 2050 net-zero emissions goal, a new study shows.
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CESL and Ladakh Sign MoU to Set up Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects
Under the MoU, various clean energy and energy efficiency programmes will be implemented, the company said
Energy Efficient Homes Could Save us £9.5bn
New research estimates nearly 52 tonnes of carbon dioxide could be slashed if the energy efficiency of all homes in the UK improved to EPC band C
HanmiGlobal Lands Project Management Order for Smart City Construction in Saudi Arabia
HanmiGlobal, a construction project management company, announced on June 1 that it has won a PM order for the Neom Smart City project in Saudi Arabia.
Biden Budget Will Mean Better Buildings for All
To truly meet the nation’s climate goals, we must address the efficiency and fossil fuel consumption of our buildings, which are responsible for about 40 percent of all climate pollution.
Keppel Saves $68 million from Energy-Efficient Initiatives
Green initiatives might seem a burden for companies already grappling with a challenging operating environment but they have paid off in spades for Keppel Group.
AP Housing Scheme to Use Energy-Saver Tech
Initially, 50 engineers will be trained as master trainers who can impart the training by themselves to other engineers
My-PV Uses Photovoltaic Power for Thermal Building Component Activation
Thanks to this storage concept, my-PV utilizes saving operating costs.
The Role of Energy Efficiency in Achieving Net Zero Targets
Reaching the net zero targets announced by countries around the world isn’t just about generating cleaner energy: it will also require significant improvements in making our energy use more efficient
Energy Efficiency: 84% of New Homes in England Built to EPC Grade A and B
The number of new homes achieving top energy ratings appears to be on the rise in England, after government data published last week reveals the number of homes that received an energy efficiency rating of A or B rose five per cent in the final quarter of
Electrifying US Buildings Critical to Achieving 2050 Emissions Target
According to a new report released by the Environment America Research & Development, building electrification over the next 30 years is vital for the US to achieve its 2050 carbon emissions reduction goal and to reach 100% renewable energy.
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An Enhanced Energy Performance Certificate as a Catalyst for Building Renovation in Europe
‘Heat Pumps Work’: Study Confirms Air Source Heat Pumps Three Times More Efficient Than Gas Boilers
Energy-Saving Solar Company, Arvo Solar, Lands New Franchise Territory in DFW
New 3D-Printed Superalloy Could Make Power Plants More Efficient
Central Heat Pump Water Heaters Can Act as Massive Water Batteries, Seattle Pilot Project Shows
New Direct Air Capture Device Three Times More Efficient Than Current Approaches