AECB Webinars

The AECB runs Free webinars to share specialist knowledge. The experts who present these webinars come from within and beyond the AECB.

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Webinar: Retrofit challenges of retrofitting damp masonry walls with Dr Eric Rirsch & Clementine Walker, Safeguard Europe

Retrofit challenges of retrofitting masonry walls: damp, salt laden masonry. Dr Eric Rirsch and Clementine Walker will be looking at the fundamentals of damp protection – including the visual manifestation of moisture and analysis of the problem. Moisture transport mechanisms related to rising and penetrating damp and rain wetting will be covered, as well as […]

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Webinar: Moisture in Buildings (CLR module 5) with Andy Simmonds

Theme – Moisture in Buildings Cost – Free This web tutorial, led by Andy Simmonds, is based on Module 5 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of projects selected by Andy Simmonds, with specific consideration of moisture issues in buildings and avoiding “moisture performance gaps” The opportunity to […]

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Webinar: Building Services (CLR module 7) with Alan Clarke

Theme – Building Services This web tutorial, led by Alan Clarke, is based on Module 7 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of projects selected by Alan Clarke, looking in depth at ventilation options (e.g. MEV, MVHR), heating systems options and other services The opportunity to discuss a […]

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Webinar: Financial aspects of retrofit (CLR module 8) with Tim Martel

Theme – Financial aspects of retrofit   This web tutorial, led by Tim Martel, is based on Module 8 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of typical housing archetypes selected by Tim Martel, using the “PHribbon” software designed by Tim for CLR (a PHPP add-on) to assess retrofit […]

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Webinar: Climate Change Starts at Home with Sarah Price

Every home in the UK produces greenhouse gases, whether it be directly by burning gas, or via our electricity grid, that is still reliant on fossil fuels. In order to halt climate change, we must make changes to the way we live our lives. In this webinar, I will explore how we can reduce energy […]

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Webinar: CLR Graduates with Andy Simmonds and Tina Holt

This is the first webinar specifically set up to discuss the CarbonLite Retrofit graduate community.  How do you want the CLR graduate community to work? How to stay in touch? Webinars to discuss your projects with each other and share technical knowledge? What else would be useful?  All members of the CLR community will receive […]

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Title Webinar: Improving Buildings’ Performance – How to Scale the Market, with Steven Fawkes

7th May 2019: 12.30-1.30pm Steven will discuss ways to unlock the potential of better buildings in the UK, focusing on the demand and finance issues. He will look at developments in Europe and the US for inspiration and successful models for improving the performance of new and existing buildings at scale. Q&A after will allow […]

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POSTPONED – Webinar: UK Construction (CLR module 3) with Bill Butcher

Theme – UK Construction Cost – £25.00 + VAT This web tutorial, led by Bill Butcher, is based on Module 3 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of projects selected by Bill Butcher, with specific consideration of pre-retrofit challenges and considerations in buildings that may have existing defects. […]

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Webinar: Embodied CO2 with Tim Martel

February 12 @ 12.30 pm – 1.30 pm This free webinar, delivered by Tim Martel, shows how you can estimate the embodied carbon dioxide of building materials used in a retrofit or new build. Tim will use the Embodied CO2 module of the AECB’s PHribbon software to calculate embodied carbon for different scenarios within PHPP.  This uses data […]

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Webinar: PHribbon with Tim Martel

This free webinar, delivered by Tim Martel, introduces the functions of the PHribbon tool that he has developed to work with PHPP (version 9.1, 9.3 or 9.6).  The PHribbon toolbar in Excel is modular for ease of use and flexibility. The basic module is for new build and includes entering climate regions, site data, U-values, […]

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Webinar tutorial with Tim Martel – retrofit investment appraisals and CLR REAL Cost Modelling

Theme - Financial aspects of retrofit Cost - £25.00 + VAT This web tutorial, led by Tim Martel, is based on Module 8 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of typical housing archetypes selected by Tim Martel, using the “REAL Costing” software designed by Tim for CLR (a […]

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RECORDING: Webinar tutorial with Alan Clarke – building services for retrofit

Watch Recording Theme - Building services for retrofit Cost - £25.00 + VAT This web tutorial, led by Alan Clarke, is based on Module 7 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of projects selected by Alan Clarke, looking in depth at ventilation options (e.g. MEV, MVHR), heating systems […]

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RECORDING: Webinar tutorial with Andy Simmonds and Tim Martel – Moisture in buildings

Watch Recording Theme - Moisture in buildings Cost - £25.00 + VAT This web tutorial, led by Andy Simmonds, is based on Modules 5 and 6 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of projects selected by Andy Simmonds, with specific consideration of moisture issues in buildings and avoiding […]

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RECORDING: Webinar tutorial with Eric Parks – Energy in buildings

Watch Recording Theme - Energy in buildings Cost - £25.00 + VAT This web tutorial, led by Eric Parks, is based on Module 4 of the CarbonLite Retrofit online course. The tutorial will include: In depth discussion of projects selected by Eric Parks, with specific consideration of improving thermal performance in buildings and avoiding “retrofit […]

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