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The Welsh Zero Carbon Hwb is being established by Welsh Government as an all-Wales agency to help developers, residential social landlords, housing associations and owners reduce the amount of energy and carbon in building and running homes.

The Hwb mission will be phased over an initial 3 years to actively support Social Landlords and Local Authorities in the use of net zero carbon design and technologies in both their new and existing homes. It will seek to co-ordinate and learn from existing innovative projects and initiatives across the UK to provide leading edge advice, and become a central point for net zero design, construction and housing performance information in Wales. In time the Hwb will seek to expand its support to private house builders and landlords wanting to move towards net zero carbon homes.

The Hwb is being funded via Welsh Government, supported by a steering group consisting of representatives from Welsh Government, ClwydAlyn, CHC Cymru, Carmarthenshire County Council, Denbighshire County Council, Pobl Housing, Welsh Local Government Association and the Design Commission for Wales.


The Hwb delivery partners are:

Energy Saving Trust, Good Homes Alliance, TrustMark and Sero.