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Amy Codd

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The Implications of Net Zero for School Design

The CIBSE accredited CPD discusses how designers can integrate a range of low carbon methodologies and technologies including MVHR, heat pumps, thermal storage, and proper hydronic balancing to achieve better performing indoor environments for pupils whilst cutting the carbon footprint of the schools. This information in this CPD can be used for both new build …

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Be Seen

This presentation discusses how energy accounting tools can help building owners reach their Net Zero goals, by making use of the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) “Be Seen” guidance. It introduces the myEnergiRaven software and demonstrates how the key features can be used to enhance the visibility of energy waste in our buildings.

Heat Plan for Denmark 2021

Denmark has a target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% in 2030 and a goal of 100% climate neutrality in 2050. Fundamental to achieving this goal is the transition of the Danish heating sector to near-zero CO2 emissions by 2030.

To assess how the heat sector can transform in a technically, economically, and environmentally appropriate way in such a short period of time, researchers at the University of Aalborg (AUU) developed the Heat Plan Denmark 2021. This document sets out how the heating sector can transform relatively quickly using technologies that are already available.


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