UKGBC launches net zero case study catalogue

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today launched its catalogue of net zero case studies, profiling projects that demonstrate innovative approaches that align with UKGBC’s net zero carbon buildings framework.
Crains Over Leeds

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February 14, 2020

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Following the launch of the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework, UKGBC opened a call for case studies inviting the submission of projects from across the built environment to help illustrate key approaches to the framework. 

Now live on UKGBC’s website, the online catalogue aims to provide organisations with practical examples of the methods needed to encourage and deliver a net zero carbon built environment, across a wide variety of building typesThe projects featured demonstrate innovative approaches to addressing specific elements of the framework, such as minimising in-use energy performance or whole life carbon, alongside a range of advanced technologies. 

The UKGBC case study catalogue is a live online resource, open to ongoing submissions. It will be expanded in future to include other case studies across UKGBC’s key work areas, such as circular economy.  

Richard Twinn, Senior Policy Adviser to UKGBC said: 

“It is vital that we now start moving from the why of net zero to the how; considering the actual, feasible solutions out there for the built environment. This case study library aims to be part of that effort, shining a spotlight on key examples of best practice from across the sector, and different building types.   

As the transition gathers pace, we will continue to add to and update the collection as a useful source of information for those seeking to achieve net zero.”  

 

The UKGBC case study catalogue is available here.

To enquire about submitting a case study, please contact ANZ@UKGBC.org