Around 40% of the EU’s energy consumption and CO2 emissions comes from energy used in buildings. By 2025, a 50% reduction is sought by the UK government.

Discover how criteria for 21st century building performance is testing the environmental credentials of developers and estate managers

On-site CHP, installed within buildings or connected to a local heat network, is 25–30% more efficient than using traditional electricity and gas supplies.

 

In this eGuide, discover:

  • How to be ‘green, lean, and clean’ when developing buildings and estates.
  • How Combined Heat and Power (CHP) provides reductions in CO2 emissions of up to 30%.
  • How changing energy criteria is going to push developers to think green.

There are two primary actions that will help reduce these emissions: use energy more efficiently and, crucially, use low-carbon energy.

 

It’s time to think green. Learn about the regulations affecting building design. Download your free eGuide Deep Green: How criteria for 21st century building performance is testing the environmental credentials of developers and estate managers.

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