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Building Better Buildings Hull

Building Better Buildings Hull

The event, in collaboration with Innovate UK and a number of leading industry partners, promises to demystify the Performance Gap and highlight the latest learning from a number of domestic and non-domestic Building Perfomance Evaluation (BPE) projects. Read more…

Low Energy Know How - Newcastle

Training courses, Events

Tuesday 3rd Feb & Wednesday 4th Feb, Newcastle
The Zero Carbon Hub, in collaboration with Saint-Gobain, the Homes and Communities Agency, Your Homes Newcastle and Space Group are pleased to announce their latest Low Energy Know How event in Newcastle. Read more…

Low Energy Know How - East Riding

Low Energy Know How - East Riding

Events

The Zero Carbon Hub, in collaboration with East Riding Council and Saint-Gobain, are pleased to announce their latest Low Energy Know How event in Yorkshire. Read more…

Zero Carbon Compendium

Guidance and industry reports, Case studies

This Compendium aims to create a better understanding of the issues surrounding the achievement and delivery of zero carbon housing, improve the quality of the debate, and set out a basis for better international comparisons and collaboration. Read more…

Defining a Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard for Zero Carbon Homes

Defining a Fabric Energy Efficiency Standard for Zero Carbon Homes

Standards

Presented as a new Standard, the recommendations aim to deliver a high yet practical energy performance level for all new homes. The Standard... Read more…

Fabric Energy Efficiency for Part L 2013

Fabric Energy Efficiency for Part L 2013

Guidance and industry reports

The consultation proposals for Part L 2013 standards relating to new homes include the recommendation that they should comply with a mandatory... Read more…

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