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Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings Seminar – 2008

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Historic Scotland Technical Conservation Group held a one day seminar on Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings on 26th November 2008.

PDF icon Seminar Programme [pdf, 167kb]

The seminar presented the results of recent research on energy performance and CO2 usage in traditionally built structures by research partners and others involved in the work. Additional speakers considered other aspects of the thermal performance of older buildings and the factors that must be considered when assessing overall energy performance and carbon usage.

Speaker Presentations

PDF icon Paul Baker - Performance of Traditional Windows and Practice Improvements [pdf, 1.89mb]
PDF icon Gary White - Carbon Footprint of Traditional Buildings and Materials [pdf, 603kb]
PDF icon Paul Baker - Thermal Performance of Traditional Masonry Walls [pdf, 2.6mb]
PDF icon Phil Banfill and David Jenkins - Energy Modelling of Traditional Housing Types [pdf, 273kb]
PDF icon Craig Wheatley - Thermal Mass in Traditional Buildings [pdf, 747kb]
PDF icon Maureen Young - Applications of Thermography [pdf, 4.52mb]
PDF icon Nicholas Heath - Energy in Historic Buildings Lauriston Place Ongoing Work [pdf, 3.49mb]
PDF icon Chris Sanders - Thermal Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality [pdf, 2.14mb]
PDF icon Roger Curtis - Improving Traditional Building Performance [pdf, 2.41mb]
PDF icon Jonathan Gotlee - Wider Considerations in Energy Efficiency and the Existing Housing Stock [pdf, 3.4mb]

You might also be interested in the presentations of our Energy Efficiency Conference 2010 and our recent research results published in our Technical Papers.

Contact us

Conservation Group
Historic Scotland
Longmore House
Salisbury Place
Tel: 0131 668 8668

Email: HS Conservation Group