Europeans move aggressively to implement energy-neutral buildings

The European Union is moving quickly to establish broad regulations aimed at introducing up to 20% renewable energy sources – including improved efficiency standards – to reduce carbon emissions. One of the most significant regulations to this end is directive 2010/31/EU on the energy performance of...

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