Building Renovation Policies

04-2014 | South-East AsiaSouth-East Asia

The new  Policy Tool for Renovation compares and analyses twelve best practice renovation policies for residential buildings from Europe and the United States, using fourteen criteria that define a “state of the art” policy package. This new and detailed analysis of current best practice renovation policies supports decision makers to accelerate the design and implementation of more ambitious energy renovation policies. 

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Case Study: 从建筑业和房地产业视角看印度实现节能建筑规模化

Report / 28-08-2013 / India / English
Authors: GBPN

据预测到2050年,印度将面临一个前所未有的建筑规模,预计建筑面积约为现在的400%。至今为止,印度的政策制定者的努力还都集中在降低新建商业建筑的能耗上。实现建筑节能的规模化将取决于节能措施能否在住宅建筑市场中成为标准,但到目前为止,尽管占据了建筑市场的75%,住宅建筑仍然没有成为节能政策的重点。

Report bundle / Business / India

Authors: The Economist Intelligence Unit

August 2013

A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), commissioned by the GBPN finds that while India’s commercial building sector has blazed the energy-effiency trail in the building sector, achieving significant scale will depend on efficiency measures becoming standard practice in the commercial middle market, retrofit and, particularly, the residential building segment. 

Report bundle / Business / China, 中国

Authors: GBPN

August 2013

与中国可持续能源项目(CSEP)合作,由GBPN委托经济学人信息部(EIU)完成的一份报告显示中国在完善建筑节能方面一直做着正确的努力。然而,更清晰的法规和更容易获得的国内融资是实现规模化的必要因素。未来的能源需求也取决于更清晰的节能意识和更好的空气质量。有前瞻性的绿色建筑使用者,不论是家庭用户还是公司企业,都需要看到节能建筑的价值以此来激励开发商的投资。

Case Study: Achieving Scale in Energy-efficient Buildings in China: A View from the Construction and Real Estate Sectors

Report / 06-08-2013 / China / English
Authors: GBPN

A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), commissioned by the GBPN, in collaboration with The China Sustainable Energy Program (CSEP) finds that China is on the right track towards increasing energy efficiency in buildings. However, greater awareness, clearer rules and easier access to domestic financing are necessary to ensure that these efficiency measures are brought to the right scale.

Report bundle / Business / China, 中国

Authors: The Economist Intelligence Unit

August 2013

A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), commissioned by the GBPN, in collaboration with The China Sustainable Energy Program (CSEP) finds that China is on the right track in embracing energy efficiency in buildings, but clearer rules and easier access to domestic financing are necessary to achieve scale and mitigate carbon emissions. Demand growth will also depend on greater awareness of potential cost savings and better air quality.

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