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BLOG: Compliance or Prediction

COMPLIANCE OR PREDICTION

By Dan Jestico, Head of Research & Development at Hilson Moran
The compliance software used to assess the CO2 emissions of buildings for Part L was never intended to be used as an energy consumption prediction tool. This is one of the many [...]

June 23rd, 2015|Blog|0 Comments|

BLOG: Mind the (performance) gap

MIND THE (PERFORMANCE) GAP

By Chris Moriarty, Head of Insight and Corporate Affairs at BIFM
If you were to walk into a retail outlet, pick up a product and read through the promised benefits on the packaging you would take them as read. Take it home, start [...]

May 12th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments|
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    BLOG: Has Sustainability been compromised in the Domestic Sector?

BLOG: Has Sustainability been compromised in the Domestic Sector?

Clare Murray, Head of Sustainability at Levitt Bernstein will join our panel of experts at the upcoming “Changes in the Domestic Sector” breakfast event on 14th May. 2015 promises to be a year of change in the domestic sector. Local authorities are beginning to get to [...]

May 5th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments|
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    BLOG: 1 year on from Embodied carbon week- what’s changed?

BLOG: 1 year on from Embodied carbon week- what’s changed?

Sean Lockie, Global head of Sustainability and carbon management at Faithful+Gould a division of Atkins will join our panel of experts at the upcoming “Embodied Carbon” breakfast event on 5th March. As the construction industry learns to design and construct buildings with ever decreasing operational energy [...]

February 25th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments|
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    BLOG: Building technology and energy data delivering workplace wellbeing

BLOG: Building technology and energy data delivering workplace wellbeing

Blog by Peter de Bie, CEO at IPSUM Energy

Over two decades ago the concept of energy management and carbon in buildings was largely seen as the forum for scientists, while the world of occupier wellbeing was left in the realm of human resource departments [...]

January 22nd, 2015|Blog|0 Comments|