Net Zero Buildings
Delivering building efficiency services and decarbonisation tools for the built environment
Pressure is mounting on the race to zero carbon. Science-based targets demand significant emissions reductions by as soon as 2030. However, with energy cost still the number one issue for many organisations, and concerns around energy resilience and security on the rise, it can be hard to know how to tackle all of these problems at once. Particularly when it comes to our buildings.
Legislation and policies introduced in major cities and regions across the US have imposed emission limits to encourage building owners to implement energy efficiency building interventions. But how do you de-risk these investments and calculate the long-term cost and carbon returns to build a fully informed business case for moving towards net zero?