Spending watchdog says home insulation drive was fatally rushed and missed chance to cut heating bills and create jobs
Exclusive: firm also argued against heat pumps, which are proposed as a replacement for gas boilers
Construction in populated areas requires a focus on the function of the development as well as the visual appeal. With some creativity, attention to green design can deliver these necessities for the residents and also protect...
South Australia's love affair with Tesla technology is about to begin another phase, with a home battery scheme to be expanded to households not suited for solar installations.
Greenhouse in Melbourne’s Federation Square is forging new ground in low-waste living. But what’s it actually like to live in?
Rooftop solar is booming, but it's still out of reach for a large number of Australians. If you're among the one third of Australians renting, or if you live in an apartment, panels may seem impossible. But there are programs...
Smart, low-carbon homes were once the preserve of one-off grand designs – now there are up to 30,000 projects in the pipeline
Scheme will issue vouchers to just 49,000 people by end of March at current rate, analysis finds
95% of £1.5bn set aside to improve houses unspent due to slowness in making grants and paying installers
In an effort to bring down carbon emissions and streamline the building of cost-effective urban housing, Boston-based AEC technology company Generate is focused on revolutionizing the city’s construction industry...
PM pledges to transform country in keynote address to Conservative party conference
The rollout of solar panels on 5,000 social housing properties is reducing power bills for people on low incomes.
The city plans to build Britain’s biggest zero-carbon housing project, boasting 600 homes in car-free cycling paradises full of fruit trees and allotments...
Britain’s commitment to a net zero carbon footprint by 2050 can be the catalyst for a jobs revolution in regions beyond London and the south-east. The government is doing far too little to make it happen
Thousands of jobs could be created and social housing tenants could see energy bills slashed if a proposal to install solar panels on public dwellings is approved by the Queensland Government.
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