New research finds that people are willing to pay more for energy efficient housing, making the case for a mandatory national rating system for existing homes.
“Location, location, location” is a time-honoured mantra for pricing property, but research shows buyers and renters are also prepared to pay a premium for energy efficiency.
A new study has analysed tens of thousands of property transactions over five years from 2011-16 in the Australian Capital Territory, where it is mandatory to disclose the energy efficiency rating (EER) when selling a home.
This is the list of the top 50 documents world wide which can inform policy to do with building energy improvements for commercial building retrofits.Read more
This is the current list of the top 50 open resources world wide chosen by experts, as the resources can and should influence building policies toward better energy efficiency and environmental outcomes in design and construction.Read more
A rapid systematic review of international academic literature suggests that home buyers typically value a more energy efficient home, and when presented with easily accessible information in the form of...
Blockchain and other DLTs hold great promise to help solve key energy challenges. The growing number of connected devices and distributed energy resources is adding further complexity to the rapidly...