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The decarbonisation
of the building sector is
key to achieving
net zero by 2050


At Novgera our ambition
is to reduce emissions in the built environment to help achieve
Net Zero Emissions

To align with the Net Zero Scenario, carbon emissions from buildings operations need to more than halve by 2030, requiring significant efforts to reduce energy demand through clean and efficient technologies in all end uses. 

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Building retrofits

To align with the Net Zero Scenario, the buildings sector requires all new buildings and retrofits to be zero-carbon-ready by 2030 at the latest.

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Sustainable Developments

The buildings sector has a very large carbon footprint when both direct and indirect emissions are accounted for. In 2021 about 8% of global energy-related and process-related CO2 emissions resulted from the use of fossil fuels in buildings, with another 19% from the generation of electricity.

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Electrical infrastructure

In 2021 the operation of buildings accounted for 30% of global final energy consumption. Measures increase the performance of buildings will include electric vehicle charging, demand management and flexibility requirements to help buildings accommodate variable renewable energy sources and a net zero electricity systems.

Our Services

We are committed
to sustainability in the
built environment.

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