The Policy Paper captures the main findings of the dialogue initiated by the GBPN with practitioners and international code experts on the design and implementation of best practice building codes.
Register here for our next webinar on "The Role of Energy Saving Targets and Regulatory Measures in Renovation Policy Packages - Key Lessons Learned from Global Best Practices", 12th of June 2014, 5:00 p.m CEST, organised in partnership with the Clean Energy Solutions Center.
The new Policy Tool for Renovation released on March 3 is now available in Chinese. It provides Chinese authorities with expertise in adapting, developing and implementing international best practice energy renovation policies.
Today, the GBPN launched a new Policy Tool for Renovation that compares best practice renovation policy packages. Learning from this comparative tool, I would like to present five graphs that illustrate some of the main outcomes of the project.
The GBPN recently organised a series of webinars on the "How To" of Building Energy Code Development. Video recorings of the three webinars are now available.
Last November, GBPN launched a series of webinars on the "How To" of Building Energy Code Development. The next and the last webinar “Getting Building Codes Right: Implementation and Enforcement” will explore the barriers that are faced by countries particularly when it comes to implementing rigorous enforcement systems for new buildings, will present examples of good enforcement as well as other best practice measures for supporting implementation.
Briefing: Achieving scale in energy-efficient buildings in India: A view from the construction and real estate sectors
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.