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Image Sources: http://www.propertyoz.com.au/library/DCCEE_commercialBuildingDisclosure_presentation_sep2010.pdf; http://www.propertyoz.com.au/library/FactSheet1_What%20is%20NABERS_2009.pdf
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Image Sources: Comparative Analysis of U.S. and China Building Energy Rating and Labeling Systems. Mo et. al. 2010; Tokyo Climate Change Strategy: Progress Report and Future Vision. Tokyo Metropolitan Government. 2010; http://www.yapi.com.tr/Sektorden/kimligi-olmayan-ev-satilmasin_85430.html; http://www.direnenerji.com/en/applications/energy-identity-certification/
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Image Sources: “Implementation of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive: Country Reports 2008,” EPBD Buildings Platform. Concerted Action EPBD, 2008; How will energy certificates look across Europe? EPLabel, June 2006; http://www.kulde.biz/; http://www.hotproperty.com.mt/malta_property_eneregy_performance_certificates.aspx; Energy Labelling of Buildings: Existing Experience with Certification of Buildings in Denmark. Jens Laustsen, 29 Nov. 2005; http://epieciranje.blogspot.com/2010_09_15_archive.html.
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Image Sources: http://www.automatedbuildings.com/news/nov09/articles/smartbldgs/091029124404smartbldgs.htmhttp://greenspringmanor.com/builders-challenge.html, http://airadvice.com/buildingblog/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/building-energy-quotient-label.jpg, http://hammerandhand.com/_blog/Field_Notes/post/A_wish_for_2011_an_MPG-like_rating_for_all_homes_on_the_market_in_Oregon/, http://ab1103.wordpress.com/, www.earthadvantage.com, Richard Fasey, Energy Futures Group. Presentation: “Building energy labeling & disclosure overview,” Regulatory Assistance Project Webinar. January 13, 2011.
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