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GBPN is developing a global evidence base of policies that work to reduce the energy demand and climate change impact of the building sector. 

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Annexes and Data Series: 积极的建筑能效政策的经济效益

Report / 22-01-2015 / Global / English
Authors: Central European University’s Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) and Advanced Building and Urban Design (ABUD)

在最近一项由GBPN、中欧大学气候变化和可持续能源政策中心(3CSEP)及前沿建筑和城市设计(ABUD)合作的综合研究表明,到2050年高性能建筑的能源成本节约可以在全球范围内产生124%的投资回报率。它首次尝试了量化在大规模在建筑中应用节能措施的情况下全球和区域的成本影响。

Report bundle / Assessment Systems / Global, South-East Asia, South-East Asia

在最近一项由GBPN、中欧大学气候变化和可持续能源政策中心(3CSEP)及前沿建筑和城市设计(ABUD)合作的综合研究表明,到2050年高性能建筑的能源成本节约可以在全球范围内产生124%的投资回报率。它首次尝试了量化在大规模在建筑中应用节能措施的情况下全球和区域的成本影响。

Annexes and Data Series: Monetary Benefits of Ambitious Building Energy Policies

Report / 22-01-2015 / Global / English
Authors: Central European University’s Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) and Advanced Building and Urban Design (ABUD)

Mainstreaming high-performance buildings could deliver a 124% return on investment globally through building-related energy cost savings by 2050 says a new comprehensive assessment study of the costs and benefits of low energy building pathways published by the GBPN in cooperation with the Central European University’s Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) and Advanced Building and Urban Design (ABUD).

Report bundle / Assessment Systems / Global, South-East Asia, South-East Asia

Mainstreaming high-performance buildings could deliver a 124% return on investment globally through building-related energy cost savings by 2050 says a new comprehensive assessment study of the costs and benefits of low energy building pathways published by the GBPN in cooperation with the Central European University’s Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP) and Advanced Building and Urban Design (ABUD).

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Thoughts for 2015: URGENCY & AMBITION

15-12-2014 | Peter Graham | Global, South-East Asia, South-East Asia
Categories: Policies

Before turning to 2015, a word or two about urgency and ambition. If we are to play a role in capping global warming to no more than 2 degrees, then we need to keep focussed not only on energy efficiency but on the magnitude of reductions in total energy demand required to be delivered by the building sector in the coming decades.
 
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