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Zedfactory to unveil solution to housing shortages  Rate it
Bill Dunster of Zedfactory Industry renowned architects and pioneers of the zero carbon agenda, Zedfactory, are set to unveil a groundbreaking solution to the housing shortage at Ecobuild. The solution claims to require no land whilst offering zero energy bills and the ability to relocate the property in the future, providing next generation future proofing. read more...read more...

Britain on the Brink  Rate it
More than 1 in 3 UK homeowners is unaware whether their home is on a flood plain A third of homeowners (35%) are unaware whether their home is at risk of flooding and 1 in 5 (21%) confessed they would have “no idea” how to tackle it if their home was to flood, with 14% even admitting to not knowing which emergency service they should contact should it happen. read more...read more...

Contenders for BREEAM 2016 Awards are revealed  Rate it
South Bank Tower Some of the finest examples of sustainable buildings from across the world have been shortlisted for 2016 BREEAM awards. The winners will be announced at a celebration dinner at the London Marriot Hotel in Grosvenor Square on 8th March 2016. read more...read more...

Don't leave it till spring to insulate your period home?  Rate it
Draughtproof your period home While older homes have their charms, harsh winter months can be a chilling reminder that they also get cold and draughty. Sustainable Home Insulation expert Mukti Mitchell shares advice for getting your period house warm before the end of the winter while saving money and protecting the environment. read more...read more...

Amber Rudd throws a bone to the renewables heat sector!  Rate it
Green building Heating Seven major renewable energy trade associations, on the 17th November 2015 signed a joint letter to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change publicly supporting comments she made in a recent select committee meeting. read more...read more...

Green Register Celebrated 15th anniversary at Bristol Aquarium  Rate it
The Green Register The Green Register turned 15 last month, and kicked off celebrations with an exciting event at Bristol Aquarium on Thursday 22 October. read more...read more...

World's largest building retrofitted to EnerPHit Standard now certified  Rate it
Innsbruck University EnerPhit During an extensive rennovation of the Faculty of Technical Sciences building of Innsbruck University, it was decided that it was time to vastly improve its energy efficiency. With moderate additional expenditure and in close cooperation with the Passive House Institute, the designers developed an overall concept which turned the eight-storey building into an exemplary project – it is now currently the world’s largest building to be certified to the Passive House Institute EnerPHit Standard. read more...read more...

Conservative MP calls for re-think on government plan to slash Feed in Tariffs  Rate it
Conservative MP calls for re-think on government plan to slash Feed in Tariffs Conservative MP David Warburton has called for a re-think on controversial Government plans to slash the ‘feed-in tariff’, warning that the proposed cuts to subsidies are “draconian” and likely to be more than the solar industry can bear. read more...read more...
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