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[Nation] Owners of large residential and commercial buildings who have not installed solar water heaters risk jail or a Sh1 million fine beginning next month when the energy sector regulator begins to enforce compliance with a law that came into force five years ago.
Italy is no stranger to earthquakes, suffering deadly seismic events which have shattered communities. Sixty percent of the countryâs building stock was built before a law dated 1974, which introduced regulations for constructions in risk areas.
Darmstadt, Germany/Innsbruck, Austria.Â When it was inaugurated four years ago, the Raiffeisen Tower in Vienna was the first high-rise building in the world built to the Passive House Standard. Four years later, great progress has been made.
UNGA President Peter Thomson addressed an event on 'Building sustainable peace for all: Synergies between the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Sustaining Peace,' organized by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs, and the Cairo Centre for Co
Energy efficiency budget cuts could exact hefty price on businesses, workers, rural residents, and low-income families
Optimising the energy use of technical building systems – unleashing the power of the EPBD’s Article 8The main objective of the proposed revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) which the European Commission released on the 30th November 2016 “is to accelerate the cost effective renovation of existing buildings.
Rafiq Azam: "A collective fight from macro to micro level by the whole human race is the only way to save this blue Planet"