New South African building regulations; commercial buildings expected to use renewable energy

November 2013
African Business News;11/1/2013, p15
The article informs that the National Building Regulations Act of South Africa mandates buildings complying with the Green Building Council of South Africa green building codes to generate 50% of their hot water by using renewable energy.


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