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Are ZNE-ready manufactured homes on the horizon

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16 November 2018

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Jürgen Ritzek

Weather conditions are one of the current principal reasons why prefab constructions are welcome in the US. This way of building houses and recovering affected areas after a weather disaster is working well due tue the short timings and the inexpensive costs. However, demand requires a more serious energy efficiency presence in these kinds of constructions, which definitely needs to be thought to be introduced in the mass-production fabrication.

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Houston, we have a problem...

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13 November 2018

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Rod Janssen

Houston, the time is now to solve this problem... We know we can. Across many improvements through experiments, pilot projects, research, investment programmes, and years, we are currently able to presume of advanced levels of energy efficiency transition knowledge. Despite knowing what to do, what we are missing today is sense of urgency, motivation and take the improvements as strong impacts of change.

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Depleting stupidity

Energy Efficiency

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08 November 2018

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Dr Steven Fawkes

The potential using proven technology, current economics and “standard thinking” about energy efficiency is always about 30%. Thinking about energy efficiency in a different way using integrative design increases the size of the economic potential to much higher levels, maybe 60-70%.

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TOP 3 Energy Efficiency articles 1st half 2018

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05 November 2018

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Cristina Florensa

We are happy to show you the TOP 3 articles EEIP readers loved the most in energy efficiency within the first 2018 year half. We love them too, with gratefulness to our readers and authors' network.

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Ireland’s new Renewable Energy Support Scheme (RESS) design

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02 November 2018

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Cristina Florensa

The new RESS (Renewable Electricity Support Scheme) a scale of the government's ambition and the promising future of the Irish renewable industry for 2030. This potential roadmap will help developers of onshore wind, solar and offshore wind projects to start planning immediately. Some of the notable levers specified are: target delivery dates, placing a cap on single technology within an auction, community aspect, and grid connection.

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