The UK's newly built homes to be 'zero carbon' ready by 2025
Welcome to Trident’s January news wrap, keeping you informed of the latest news from the energy industry. It seems the whole world is talking about net zero, so this month, we’ve focussed our attention on some of the positive initiatives taking place.
The government has reported another objective for all new homes being built in the UK to be energy-effective, with low carbon heating systems enabling them to be zero carbon ready by 2025.
These new measures that could trigger what is depicted as a ‘green building revolution’, follow a conference on the ‘Future Homes Standard’ activity and are pointed toward ensuring the protection of the climate, diminishing energy use, bills, and emissions.
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