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The ‘Zeroing in’ report summarises key ClimateWorks impacts over the 2017-18 period. Along with key reports including Tracking Progress, we delivered analysis for buildings, finance (climate scenario work), transport and energy, helped capacity build through education and launched several major new programs.

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Built to Perform [PDF 3.92 MB]

Energy standards in Australia’s National Construction Code must be urgently upgraded if new buildings are to be fit and ready for a zero carbon future, according to a new report ​Built to Perform An industry led pathway to a zero carbon ready building code,​ prepared by ClimateWorks Australia and the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council. The report shows that setting stronger energy standards for new buildings in the Code could, between now and 2050, reduce energy bills by up to $27 billion, cut energy network costs by up to $7 billion and deliver at least 78 million tonnes of cumulative emissions savings.

Click here to read the Built to Perform report.

The detailed methodology, numbers and results presented in the Built to Perform report are underpinned by analysis set out in the Technical Report, available here.

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