Exploring Transitions Towards Sustainable Construction: The Case of Near-Zero Energy Buildings in the Netherlands
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KeywordsAgent-Based Model; Near-Zero Energy Buildings; Innovation Systems; Knowledge Elicitation; Systemigrams;
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