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Benefits of Green Buildings: part two – economic benefits

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As World Green Building Week 2018 approaches (24 – 30 Sep), we thought we’d share some of the most recent research on the economic benefits of green buildings. This post is part of a series which will explain why we should

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Benefits of Green Buildings: part one – environmental benefits

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As World Green Building Week 2018 approaches (24 – 30 Sep), we thought we’d share some of the most recent research on the environmental benefits of green buildings. This post is part of a series which will explain why we should

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The Business Funding Show

Recently, we attended the Business Funding Show at WeWork, Aldgate Tower, London. Multiple businesses, including ourselves for our PassivPod project, were able to pitch for investment to a variety of companies, including the likes of the Funding Game, Syndicate Room, Angel

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All you need to know about zero carbon homes

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Do you find yourself hearing the term zero carbon homes but not really knowing what it means? Parsing terminology can be confusing at times, so we’ve put together a little explainer on what exactly is a zero carbon home, why

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Vote For PassivPod And Say Yes To Sustainable Tourism

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We believe holidays should be relaxing, comfortable and inspiring – and certainly shouldn’t pollute the planet we all call home. Currently, tourism is a huge multi-billion pound industry with over 70 million people taking holidays in the UK each year. Yet

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