This project aims to understand the complex decision-making process of builders and developers, and key actors that interact with or influence builders to meet or exceed the minimum BASIX requirements while designing and building new homes, and to use the knowledge to identify intervention options, which could influence builders and developers to adopt low carbon building practices.
Project activities include:
Expected project outcomes include:
This project is funded by the OEH Energy Efficiency Decision-Making Node (EEDMN), which is a partnership between the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) and CRC for Low Carbon Living (CRC LCL). Partner organisations of the EEDMN include UNSW, CSIRO and University of Wollongong. UNSW plays a leadership role in the EEDMN BASIX project.