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Measuring domestic net zero

Topic: UK building regulations, Efficiency, Energy, In-use performance, Building performance, Gas, Net zero, SAP

Cutting domestic carbon emissions is essential to achieving net-zero by 2050. Current policy is to renovate existing buildings to energy performance certificate (EPC) band C. However, that does not measure carbon emissions so every building could achieve band C and still leave the sector far short of net-zero. Here’s...

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Measuring domestic net zero

Case study - McCarthy Stone mechanical services strategy consultancy

Topic: ventilation, case study, Air-source heat pump, Direct electric heating, SAP, consultancy, PHPP, modelling

The client

McCarthy Stone is the UK’s leading developer and manager of retirement communities.

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Case study - McCarthy Stone mechanical services strategy consultancy

Psi-values: What are they and why do they matter?

Topic: UK building regulations, Building performance, Regulation, SAP

In this article we look at the impact of psi-values and why they matter. Psi-values are a measure of the heat loss of a junction between two fabric elements, eg floor and external wall. These junctions are called non-repeating thermal bridges.

Previous iterations of the UK Building Regulations have raised awareness of...

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Psi-values: What are they and why do they matter?

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