Published: 2nd Sep 2020

A group of leaders in housing, energy, property services and higher education have joined together to set new standards for the development of low carbon technologies in homes. Led by property services firm Liberty, the NetZero Collective has been developed in response to the national challenge to achieve a carbon neutral economy by 2050. Together with low carbon energy specialists, and academic research partners, University of Southampton, represented by the Energy and Climate Change Division (ECCD) and NquiringMinds, the NetZero Collective will produce an evidence-based software system from the research conducted which will inform how the housing and property sectors invest in new approaches and technologies to decarbonise their assets. ‘Climate change and the national target to achieve a carbon neutral economy by 2050 is a significant challenge for the housing sector and property services providers will need to rise to,’ said Liberty managing director, Ray Jones. ‘This challenge needs a … (To read the full article, subscribe below)