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Onsite renewable energy
Zero carbon building, Performance standard, Version 2, Published by the Canada Green Building Council in March 2021, defines onsite renewable energy as: ‘Renewable energy that is generated onsite. Where a site is not connected to the electricity grid, only the energy that can be consumed (or stored and then consumed) onsite is considered onsite renewable energy.’
- Allowable solutions.
- Clean energy.
- Combined heat and power.
- Ground source heat pumps.
- Modern renewables.
- Renewable energy.
- Solar photovoltaics.
- The role of onsite renewables in tackling climate change.
- Tidal lagoon power.
- Wind farm.
- Wind turbine.
- Zero carbon homes.
- Zero carbon non-domestic buildings.
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