Building Sustainability Blog | 2012 April
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30Apr2012

Announcing the Energy Managers Workbench (EMW)

The introduction of the Workplace Footprint Tracker has made it possible for everybody to take active part in managment of energy usage – the kitchen staff, the laboratory staff etc For key areas in a building however the building energy manager needs the right tools to analyse the performance of heating and cooling systems. Building
  • 30 Apr, 2012
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16Apr2012

Behaviour Change can lead to significant energy reductions

Building Sustainability Limited and the University of Cambridge have now produced some exciting new evidence about how behavioural change mechanisms are producing tangible energy reduction results (11% savings) in a department housing 18 research groups, a biomedical facility, equipment rooms and office space. At the recent Environmental Association Universities and Colleges (EAUC) conference held in
  • 16 Apr, 2012
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