The AECB response to the government’s consultation on its fuel poverty strategy Cutting the Cost of Keeping Warm: a new fuel poverty strategy for England
AECB Response: NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence): Excess winter deaths and illnesses – guideline consultation
NICE is developing public health guidelines on excess winter deaths and illnesses: identifying and supporting vulnerable children and older people. All registered stakeholders for this » Read More
To effectively and efficiently deliver buildings to high degrees of airtightness, such as the AECB Silver Standard (≤1.5 ACH-1 @ 50 Pa if MVHR fitted, » Read More
Is an air source heat pump right for me? Air Source Heat Pumps – Friend or Foe? : John Cantor Watch out for the dodgy » Read More
Less is More – Energy After Oil: David Olivier Download the full report here or the Bite-Size Article AECB has published a major report on » Read More
AECB’s Water Standards – Design for Sustainable Water Systems is Less Complicated than you may Expect!
AECB Water Standards Volumes 1 and 2: Nick Grant and Judith Thornton Greywater recycling and rainwater harvesting sound good and green, don’t they? However, as » Read More
The Silver Standard has been developed by the AECB to help designers, builders and selfbuilders achieve high-performance buildings. A building designed or refurbished to Silver » Read More
AECB response to Department for Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) proposals for housing water standards
The AECB’s long-standing criticism of the Part L and Code for Sustainable Homes’ system for achieving water savings has at last borne fruit, and for » Read More
The CarbonLite Programme is a step-by-step guide to creating and using buildings with low energy use and CO2 emissions. It is aimed at clients, developers, » Read More
Calculating and minimising heat loss and CO2 emissions from buildings.