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Heat Pathways: Low Carbon Heat for Buildings

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This report by Carbon Connect (Nov 2014) follows cross-party inquiry chaired by Shadow Energy Minister, Jonathan Reynolds MP, and Conservative, Dan Byles MP. Read more…

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Retrofit 2050: Critical Challenges for Urban Transitions

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Scaling up retrofit presents a number of critical challenges for the transition to urban sustainability. Drawing together insights from the EPSRC... Read more…

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RE:FIT

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Recognising the potential to improve the energy performance of a typical public sector building and therefore reduce its running costs, the Greater... Read more…

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Renovate Europe

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Renovate Europe is a political communications campaign with the ambition to reduce the energy demand of the EU building stock by 80% by 2050 compared to 2005 levels through legislation and ambitious renovation programmes. Read more…

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Consultation on Draft BREEAM UK Refurbishment and Fit-out 2014 scheme

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The draft BREEAM Refurbishment and Fit-out 2014 scheme provides for the first time, a dedicated version of BREEAM for the assessment of non-domestic building refurbishment and fit-out projects. Read more…

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Ecobuild 2014: Delivering Responsible Retrofit – using DECC/STBA Guidance Wheel & Knowledge Centre

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Neil May, Technical Lead and Co-Chair, Sustainable Traditional Buildings Alliance talked at Ecobuild 2014 about delivering responsible retrofit – using the DECC/STBA Guidance Wheel and Knowledge Centre. Read more…

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