“Building renovation in the Clean Energy Package: implications at local, national and EU levels” report is now available on our website here. The aim of this briefing is to analyse some of the most important changes brought by legislation of the Clean energy package that will influence building renovation policy in the coming decades. The Clean […]
Last week, the Irish Green Building Council took part in the 10th annual World Green Building Week coordinating several site visits around Dublin. We were delighted to welcome almost 100 building professionals and construction workers and to tackle embodied emissions from the entire building lifecycle in order to fully decarbonise by 2050 and to keep […]
The next steps in developing sustainable commercial buildings were discussed today at the Green Room Conference. The nearly Zero Energy Building (nZEB) standard came into force in Ireland this year for commercial buildings. But this will not be enough to limit climate warming to 1.5 degrees C as per global commitments. And, investors are putting […]
On Tuesday, 12th Feb, Ireland’s National Renovation Upskilling Committee (Reno-NUC) was officially launched by Minister Damien English T.D. The objective of the committee is to encourage and facilitate construction workers and building professionals upskilling in energy renovation.