New Buildings: SANS 10400 XA & Net Zero

New Buildings: SANS 10400 XA & Net Zero

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New Buildings: SANS 10400 XA & Net Zero

There is a race to zero, especially in the real estate sector. Many companies in the property industry are in the process of setting Net Zero targets for their portfolios.
Regulatory frameworks, like SANS10400 Part XA, have recently been updated, but are these regulations stringent enough to assist the building industry in moving to net-zero for new buildings?
Four South African Metros, the City of Cape Town, Tshwane, Johannesburg and eThekwini, signed the Net Zero Carbon Declaration, established by C40, joining other cities globally in a commitment to decarbonise buildings.
This webinar covers the recent update to SANS10400XA and the city’s promise and discusses the challenges and opportunities to meet the commitment of all new buildings designed and constructed net-zero by 2030.

This webinar will explore the South African regulatory framework and the journey to Net Zero in the real estate sector for New Buildings.

Expert Presenters:

Marloes Reinink, Living Future Ambassador

SANS 10400 XA 2020
Dash Coville, Solid Green

City of Tshwane, C40 work and By-laws
Kedibone Modiselle, City of Tshwane
Kedibone is currently working at the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality as the Acting Director Mitigation Programmes and Resource Mobilisation in the Office of the Executive Mayor, City Sustainability Unit. Her work involves advocacy and advisory of Green Building Programme, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Low Carbon Mobility, Sustainable Waste Management, and mobilisation of resources through partnerships and sponsorships for sustainability projects and outreach programmes.

Building for Zero Carbon
Okkie Momberg
, Pr. Eng, Schneider Electric



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Marloes Reinink

Living Future AP & 
Solid Green Consulting

Recorded:  28th April 2022

The recording is available on this page.

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