Zero-carbon from buildings possible by 2050
The UK can remove all CO2 emissions being emitted from homes and offices by 2050 if the government introduces legally-binding energy performance standards, say academicsIn the latest report from the Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute (ECI), Achieving zero, the ECI argues that if 40% of the £35 billion spent each year on improving and maintaining build
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