Energy consumption, CO2 emissions and investment cost should be as low as possible in an HVAC design and at the same time, we want the thermal comfort to be as high as possible. How do you achieve this? And how do you measure performance of one solution against another at the design stage?
In the context of the climate emergency, how might research have greater real-world impact?
Growing the market for energy efficiency in non-domestic buildings will be crucial in meeting the UK's net zero targets and is therefore a key priority for the ADE.
Our annual sector conference on smart energy and flexibility, in partnership with Osborne Clarke.
The Institute of Power Engineer's 2020 Technology Seminar and Luncheon is to be held at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London Tower Bridge. The day will commence at 10.00am with a technology seminar, followed by a 3-course luncheon and guest speakers in the afternoon.
Getting the best out of heat networks is the subject of a free half-day workshop in Birmingham on Tuesday 19 May, where social housing providers and their contractors can discover how to run efficient, reliable, affordable and sustainable communal heat schemes.
Our annual Heat and Decentralised Energy Conference will take place on Thursday 24 September 2020, in partnership with the Energy Institute. This event is a fantastic opportunity for professionals from across the energy and environment sector to come together to discuss exciting developments in heat and decentralisation.
The Decentralised Energy Awards are the leading and most prestigious Awards for those involved in decentralised energy, recognising and celebrating the people and projects which have developed innovative decentralised energy solutions designed around the needs of the user.