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First zero carbon building in Hong Kong

In order to set an example, Hong-Kong’s Construction Industry Council commissioned its first Zero Carbon Building (ZCB). A ZCB goes beyond the common definition of zero energy buildings (ZEB) producing on-site renewable energy and exporting part of it to the grid.
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__truncato_root__>Hong Kong buildings account for 89% of total electricity consumption, mostly generated by fossil fuels. All generated electricity accounts for 68% of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

In order to set an example, Hong-Kong’s Construction Industry Council commission...

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