25 November 2014
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD
This seminar, applied to the architect’s day-to day practice, will discuss the above questions, dispel myths and look at the fundamental issues in relation to the specifying of low carbon and renewable technologies as part of a sustainable design strategy.
Short presentations combined with practical exercises and case studies which draw on The Environmental Design Pocketbook will provide:
- a straightforward guide to low and zero carbon technologies and renewables. Including, solar panels, CHP, biomass boilers and different kinds of heat-pumps
- an appreciation of the relative importance of renewable and low carbon technologies compared with other measures
- a quick means of understanding when low carbon technologies and renewables technologies may be appropriate, which and why
- a simple approach to estimating what energy use and carbon emissions are likely to be for a building – both with and without renewable energy provision
- a simple approach to estimating what potential energy and carbon reductions are likely to be for low carbon technologies and renewables.
Delegates need to bring an open mind and a pocket calculator!
Sofie Pelsmakers DipArch MScArch MRes ARB RIBA, Architecture for Change (AfC) and doctoral researcher, UCL Energy Institute
For further information on other upcoming seminars and the RIBA CPD Core Programme 2014 in London please see here.
RIBA/CIAT Individual member: £70.80 (£59.00 + VAT)
Non-member: £102.00 (£85.00 + VAT)
RIBA Student member: £18.00 (£15.00 + VAT)