Energy communities

Energy communities organise collective and citizen-driven energy actions that will help pave the way for a clean energy transition while moving citizens to the fore. They contribute to increasing public acceptance of renewable energy projects and make it easier to attract private investments in the clean energy transition. At the same time, they have the potential to provideContinue reading “Energy communities”

Response to ABCB on the proposed changes to the NCC 2022

Dear members of the Board, The proposed changes to energy efficiency do not provide a clear path towards Net Zero, which is disappointing. The knowledge, the modelling tools and the building components required for this target exist. Because of our European background, we are using energy efficiency regulations and the Net Zero Energy Buildings [NZEB]Continue reading “Response to ABCB on the proposed changes to the NCC 2022”

nZEB buildings in Europe

The EPBD requires all new buildings from 2021 (public buildings from 2019) to be nearly zero-energy buildings (NZEB). According to Article 2 “nearly zero-energy building” means a building that has a very high energy performance, as determined in accordance with Annex I. The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be coveredContinue reading “nZEB buildings in Europe”