New study raises alarm over stalling global retrofit rates

James Murray
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New study raises alarm over stalling global retrofit rates

Analysis from 3Keel and Kingspan warns progress to improve the efficiency of existing buildings is slowing in key markets, putting net zero targets at risk

The rate of building energy efficiency improvements has stalled in a number of key markets, fuelling fears that national net zero goals could be undermined by the building sector's outsized carbon footprint....

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