This final mainstreaming Zero Energy Homes video, emphasises changing the building code so we create #ZEH now, meet the 2050 net zero target & save millions. Listen to @ASBEC1 Executive Director Suzanne Toumbourou's interview with @JoshsHouse10 https://t.co/y2shagiIZ0— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) July 18, 2019
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New research has validated Net Zero Energy Homes in Melbourne, Townsville, Canberra and Perth housing developments as achievable and affordable, but highlighted a market slow to pick up on easy opportunities for improved energy efficiency and thermal comfort.
The CRCLCL has launched a suite of low carbon living guides offering consumers and professionals easy to use information on low carbon homes and buildings.
New research shows some classrooms in Australian are regisetering four time the reocmmended amount of carbon dioxide.
A new roadmap for sustainable homes launched today presents a win for builders, consumers, the economy and the environment.
A suite of new videos hosted by CRCLCL researcher Josh Byrne has set out to demonstrate the very real benefits of net zero energy homes.
All regulations and building codes, new and old, should be scrutinised and discussed with gusto. This means recent debate about the NSW government’s Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code, official on 1 July 2019, is a healthy one - read CRCLCL CEO Professor Deo Prasad's opinion piece in The Fifth Estate.
Pool pump energy consumption can be reduced by 71%, save an average $486 annually on electricity bills, and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 1.67 tonnes of CO2 each year, new research reveals.
How do you know if a community is ready for a sustainable, low carbon future? The Low Carbon Readiness Index (LCRI) can help Australians find out.
Great comment piece by @ASBEC1 on how $612M + 7,000 new jobs could be delivered to the construction industry if Australia follows a CRCLCL Roadmap to voluntarily accelerate Australia’s transition to sustainable homes by 2030. Take a read!https://t.co/w1MD4pif9b— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) July 17, 2019