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Zero energy building
Resource Efficiency and Climate Change, Material Efficiency Strategies for a Low-Carbon Future, published by the UN Environment Programme in 2020, defines a Zero Energy Building (ZEB) as: ‘A building with a very low energy demand. When equipped with photovoltaics, such buildings produce as much energy as they consume throughout the year.’
- Net zero.
- Carbon footprint.
- Carbon negative.
- Carbon neutral.
- Climate Change Act.
- Construction skills crisis threatens UK net zero goals.
- Low or zero carbon technologies.
- Nearly zero-energy building.
- Net Zero All Party Parliamentary Group NZ APPG.
- Net zero by 2050.
- Net zero (whole life) carbon.
- Net zero carbon building.
- Net zero carbon emissions.
- Net zero strategy: build back greener.
- Transform to Net Zero.
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