Building Efficiency 2.0 - The Diminishing Returns of Energy Efficiency and the Need to Look Beyond

It is well established that buildings are the largest energy-consuming sector, using over one-third of all final energy, but the fact that performance is improving dramatically is left out of the picture. Building energy efficiency technologies have attracted over $5.5 billion in venture funding sin...

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