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A Tale of Two Buildings

A Tale of Two Buildings

Guidance and industry reports, Case studies

Are Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) a true indicator of energy efficiency? Whilst not denying the value of EPCs, ‘A Tale of Two Buildings’... Read more…

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Standard Assessment Procedure 2009 (SAP)

Measurement & reporting tools

This is the core guidance to SAP 2009, the UK's Standard Assessment Procedure for the energy rating of dwellings. It contains explanations of all the elements of a domestic energy assessment, the building fabric, services and renewable technologies. Read more…

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The Economics of Green Building

Guidance and industry reports

The paper analysed changes in rents between 2007 and 2009 for office buildings that were already certified as energy efficient or sustainable by one of the two major rating agencies -- the U.S. Read more…

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Centre for Cities - Making the Grade

This report finds that, despite strong demand, some of our most successful cities have not seen large increases in the supply of office space. Read more…

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Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Measurement & reporting tools

An EPC rates the performance of a domestic and commercial building in terms of the energy use per square metre of floor area, energy efficiency based on fuel costs and environmental impact based on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Read more…

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SPeAR (Sustainable Project Appraisal Routine)

Measurement & reporting tools, Standards

An Arup-developed sustainability decision-making tool. Communicates outcomes visually through a unique diagram. An integrated set of indicators covers a range of issues and is based on global sustainability standards. Read more…

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