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Decarbonization and buildings are at the forefront of everyone’s minds as we approach new government initiatives to fight climate change. Decarbonization, which is the reduction and elimination of carbon emissions from our energy sources, will be a huge topic of discussion for years to come. In this article, we break down the new initiatives announced in the Better Buildings Summit and what they mean for our future. Plus, we discuss what the public and private sectors are already working hard on within the green building space.
What You will learn
- Understand what decarbonization is and the role of buildings
- Learn more about the new initiatives announced at the Better Buildings Summit
- Identify and understand key government initiatives as it relates to decarbonizing buildings
- Explore DOE’s Better Energy, Emissions, and Equity (E3) initiative