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    Friday, September 29, 2017

    Green Buildings Will Work For United Arab Emirates

    UAE needs more green-efficient buildings, says report; Emirates Green Building Council report calls for move to Nearly Zero Energy Buildings standard

    Derek Baldwin, Septrember 27, 2017 (Gulf News)

    “A new and improved eco-standard to make buildings greener and more efficient to cut energy costs is set for implementation in the UAE to help the country cut its greenhouse gases…With up to 80 per cent of UAE’s electricity consumed by buildings for essentials such as air conditioning in a hot desert climate, moving to what are called Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEBs) to save energy and cut consumption is an important step into the future…[Nearly zero buildings produce no carbon and, with almost] a quarter of UAE buildings deemed energy inefficient, the country is working to align itself with a global timeline to adopt the latest green building nZEBs concept…[Dubai aims to reduce] its energy and water consumption by 30 per cent by 2030 and boost its use of clean energy to 75 per cent by 2050…[It also should aim to get buildings to] a site Energy Use Intensity (EUI) less than 90 kWh per square metre per year…” click here for more

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