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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Hub welcomes announcement on zero carbon new homes

The announcement made today by the Housing Minister is a timely and important step forward on the road to zero carbon homes. In the announcement, the Minister re-affirmed his commitment to all new homes being zero-carbon from 2016 and confirmed the introduction of the ‘Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard', proposals developed by a Hub-lead Task Group last year.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Report helps pave the way to low carbon housing

The UK’s aspiration for zero carbon new homes from 2016 moves a step closer with the publication of recommendations on the most appropriate ‘carbon compliance’ tool, assumptions and related regulations - the parts of the carbon compliance regime that together provide the mechanism for testing designs against the zero carbon definition.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Report helps pave the way to low carbon housing

The UK’s aspiration for zero carbon new homes from 2016 moves a step closer with the publication of recommendations on the most appropriate ‘carbon compliance’ tool, assumptions and related regulations - the parts of the carbon compliance regime that together provide the mechanism for testing designs against the zero carbon definition.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Report helps pave the way to low carbon housing

The UK’s aspiration for zero carbon new homes from 2016 moves a step closer with the publication of recommendations on the most appropriate ‘carbon compliance’ tool, assumptions and related regulations - the parts of the carbon compliance regime that together provide the mechanism for testing designs against the zero carbon definition.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Hub welcomes announcement on zero carbon new homes

The Zero Carbon Hub welcomes Housing Minister Grant Shapps’ announcement today on ‘New flexibilities for builders and councils to make new homes zero-carbon’.

The announcement made today by the Housing Minister is a timely and important step forward on the road to zero carbon homes. In the announcement, the Minister re-affirmed his commitment to all new homes being zero-carbon from 2016 and confirmed the introduction of the ‘Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard', proposals developed by a Hub-lead Task Group last year.