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Energy Certification for Buildings Conference

Submitted by: MikeC (Admin) on 22-Jan-08 10:37:22 AM

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) hosted a conference back in November (2007) with speakers from:

  • CLG
  • BRE
  • ABS Consulting
  • The Carbon Trust
  • and, of course, CIBSE themselves, plus others.

There are 24 sessions - spanning two days - which are available to view online at the CIBSE website (link below).

If you are considering venturing into the world of commercial EPCs, and have yet to attend one of the numerous selling days... sorry, awareness days, the videos would seem a good way to learn more on both the background and methodologies involved in producing EPCs (and Display Energy Certificates (DECs)) for non-domestic buildings.

CLG: "[EPC] horribly familiar" 

I've only got round to viewing 3 of them so far; notable comment from Dr Carol Sweetenham, CLG [paraphrasing]: "I'm horribly familiar with EPCs and the HIP".

There are also a few video's which cover the "after-session" Q&As with the Panel. Also notable is the missing Q&A with said Dr Carol Sweetenham, despite a link.

Hopefully just an error of omission.

I've also managed to watch Glenn Massey (not sure where he's from - possibly the CLG) who discusses the asset rating methodology used on three case studies which includes a huge modern distribution warehouse, an office building and an old industrial building.

Lots to watch, enjoy.

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Posts: 1
Re: Energy Certification for Buildings Conference
Reply #1 on : Wed March 12, 2008, 10:10:02
Glenn Massey is from Glen Howells
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Re: Energy Certification for Buildings Conference
Reply #2 on : Wed March 12, 2008, 11:52:05
Thanks Mike.

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