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Stewart Gilmour, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)

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TM50 Energy Efficiency in Commercial Kitchens

TM50 Energy Efficiency in Commercial Kitchens

Guidance and industry reports

Commercial kitchens are large users of gas, water and electrical energy, and can leave a large carbon footprint. It is estimated that the total energy consumption of Britain's catering industry is in excess of 21600 million kW·h per year. Read more…

CIBSE TM54 Evaluating Operational Energy Performance of Buildings at the Design Stage

Guidance and industry reports

This guidance will help to turn low energy designs into low energy buildings that achieve the design energy targets. As energy costs have risen,... Read more…

CarbonBuzz

CarbonBuzz

Case studies, Databases

Carbon Buzz is a free platform that collects anonymous building energy consumption data to highlight the performance gap between design figures and actual readings. Read more…

Sainsbury's case study from CIBSE

Case studies

Sainsbury’s has introduced a range of innovative technologies to reduce the impact of its lighting, heating and energy-intensive refrigeration. Read more…

CIBSE TM54 Evaluating Operational Energy Performance of Buildings at the Design Stage NEW 2013

CIBSE TM54 Evaluating Operational Energy Performance of Buildings at the Design Stage NEW 2013

Guidance and industry reports

This Technical Memorandum (TM) provides building designers and owners with clear guidance on how to evaluate operational energy use more fully, and accurately, at the design stage. Read more…

CIBSE Guide M: Maintenance Engineering and Management

Guidance and industry reports

A guide for designers, maintainers, building owners and operators, and facilities managers. This guidance is intended for the benefit of all those involved in the operation and maintenance of engineering services. Read more…

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