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Predicted cost of building to zero carbon standard halved

Predicted cost of building to zero carbon standard halved | Zero Carbon Living Laboratory | Scoop.it
The assumed cost to build homes to zero carbon standard has roughly halved since last estimated in 2011, analysis has revealed.

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Mark Warren's curator insight, February 14, 2014 7:37 AM

Produced by the Sweett Group for the Zero Carbon Hub, Cost anaysis: Meeting the zero carbon standardfound that at today’s prices, the additional cost of building a mid-terraced house to the zero carbon standard could be between £3,700 and 4,700 and less than £2,500 for low-rise apartments.

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Life After Oil and Gas

Life After Oil and Gas | Zero Carbon Living Laboratory | Scoop.it

Wind, water and sun could power the United States. But will they?


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Is Renewable Energy Sustainable? 2013.8.14

Terry Murphy, President of ARTICA Energy, Clean Technology Council, Part 1 of 4, Energy Facts.
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Biomass in Zero Carbon Britain: Breaking the Chain of Destruction?

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Biomass in Zero Carbon Britain: Breaking the Chain of Destruction?

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Wind power is now cheaper than coal in some countries - environment - 11 February 2013 - New Scientist

Wind power is now cheaper than coal in some countries - environment - 11 February 2013 - New Scientist | Zero Carbon Living Laboratory | Scoop.it
Steady technological improvements and uncertainty over the future of fossil fuels are making wind power truly competitive

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