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In summer 2007, AECB members, Simmonds Mills Architects began design work on Grove Cottage which was built as a detached house in 1869 for a » Read More
The proportion of UK delivered energy used for heat has been about 65% for several decades. Much of it is for space and water heating. » Read More
A comparison of the Passivhaus Planning Package (PHPP) and SAP
Hanover 19-21 May 2006 Prepared for the AECB by David Olivier
Nuclear power? It’s time the Government started getting serious about energy efficiency instead.
A review of how we predict and measure energy use in homes – 2nd edition
A review of Building Regulations methodology: How much energy will actually be saved?
Recently the AECB has issued a report 1 and has made public statements 2 about the energy model BREDEM (and the Standard Assessment Procedure, SAP, » Read More
A growing number of new UK buildings, notably flats in London, are all-electric. They have no gas supply. Supporters defend this on the grounds that » Read More