Achieving 10% renewables in design and practice

Published:  08 November, 2006

Invaluable guidance on the integration of renewable-energy sources at a early stage in the design of a building is provided by CIBSE’s TM38 publication — ‘Renewable energy sources for buildings’.

It is aimed at developers, designers, and building owners. and is supported by a simple software tool that can be used to give an indication of the most promising low- or zero-carbon (LZC) energy solutions.

Used together, the printed guidance and software tool give an effective insight into which LZC energy sources may integrate successfully into a building.



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