1st February – Call for Abstracts Opens

13th March – Call for Abstracts closed – Accepted Authors notified

15th March – Draft Papers Portal Opens – Draft Programme uploaded

1st May – Draft Paper Submissions deadline

31st May – Feedback by reviewers to all authors

18th July – Final Paper Deadline

10th August – Final Programme Uploaded

30th August – Book of Abstracts and Proceedings on-line

Any enquiries on the Abstract and Paper Submission Process should go to:


The links will be provided on this page to submit an Abstract for the conference.

  • Carbon Accounting Rules, Metrics, Definitions, Data and Benchmarks  
  • Case Studies of Zero Carbon Buildings / Communities  
  • Case Studies of GHG reduction Targeting, Budgeting, Planning, Assessment & Implementation Tools, Programmes, Methods, Models  
  • Energy Systems in Zero Carbon Communities 
  • Measuring GHG and Ozone Impacts of HVAC systems in Buildings 
  • New Metrics for Energy Sufficient Buildings, Behaviours and Comfort 
  • Retrofitting of Buildings 
  • Zero Carbon Cooling, Natural Ventilation, Thermal Mass, Shading, Planting etc. 
  • Zero Carbon Heating: Passive Solar Design, Insulation   
  • Correct Assessment of Biomass Heating in Buildings: GHGs and Health Impacts  
  • Low Carbon Fuels: Hydrogen and Nuclear 
  • Low Carbon Technologies: Heatpumps and Electric Cars 
  • Biomass in Energy Generation with and without BECCS 
  • Embodied Energy in Construction  
  • Standards, Rating and Performance Assessment for Buildings: Zero Carbon Standards + links to EPCs, PAS, BREEAM etc. Do they matter? 
  • Business Cases for Lowering GHG emissions


Templates will be provided for Papers and Presentations once an Abstract has been accepted for the Conference.


Delegates who have not paid their registration fee by the 30th July 2022 will not have their papers included in the final Programme and Proceedings.

If you have any queries or need a VISA to enter Britain please request an invitation letter by contacting

In exceptional circumstances people will be allowed to have their papers included as ‘Non-Attending Authors’ once the NAA fee of £200 has been paid. For further advice contact:


Papers are preferred that are based on existing studies and related data. Authors are not encouraged to submit abstracts for papers that cover planned work and future projects.


Copyright of the individual papers remains with the authors.

Copyright in the Contents, Design and Typological arrangement of the Proceedings publication rests with the Ecohouse Initiative Ltd.