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  • Regional Studies | BCA CSB
    of this undertaking Likewise we gathered information on the operation of ZEB to illuminate the relevant issues and challenges faced to maintain net zero energy Members from key parties such as NUS DP Architects and Beca Carter were also invited to share their side of the story Their valuable insights and experiences are featured throughout this publication Please click HERE to download Using Less Getting More An Overview of Building Energy Efficiency Initiatives in SE Asia Region The BCA CSB publication is officially launched and released at the Sustainable Building 2013 SB13 Singapore Conference Marina Bay Sands on 9 September 2013 The BCA CSB publication is titled Using Less Getting More An Overview of Building Energy Efficiency Initiatives in SE Asia Region The title reflects the intent of the publication which is to provide an overview of building sector energy efficiency policies initiatives and activities that are in place in seven countries in the Southeast Asian region The phrase Using Less Getting More also underpins the rationale for adopting energy efficiency in the sector at the same time it adds a creative touch to the title making it more appealing to potential readers Please click HERE to download Nine State of Play Reports The Regional Study is a joint effort by BCA CSB and UNEP SBCI which aims to provide an overview of the policies and initiatives put in place by respective Southeast Asian countries in promoting the development of sustainable buildings in particular the aspect of energy efficiency The nine countries focused under this study include Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Indonesia Malaysia Myanmar The Philippines Singapore Thailand and Vietnam There are two phases under this study The first phase includes the state of play reports for the nine countries and the second phase involves the development of analytical Regional Status

    Original URL path: http://www.csb.sg/regional-study.html (2016-02-13)
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