Decarbonizing the Housing Sector
In June 2023, HUD hosted the Innovative Housing Showcase in Washington, D.C., to highlight innovative building technologies and practices. During a preshowcase session at the National Building Museum that focused on "energy efficiency, resilience, and decarbonization," panelists discussed strategies to decarbonize the built environment.
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