The heating and cooling of buildings contributes significantly to our carbon footprint. Decarbonising heating and cooling for the entire building stock is an essential factor in meeting our 2050 climate mitigation goals. Alternative low and no carbon energy sources can provide cleaner, more efficient solutions to providing thermal comfort. Through maximising the utility of existing technology and innovating to create solutions to the issues around creating a net zero built environment, the Centre propels the exploration and use of heat networks, heat pump design, energy recovery, electrical building design, storage, hydrogen, renewables, and data centres. These avenues of research, define the future of a decarbonised built environment.