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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Traditional Buildings Conference 2010

This seminar has now finished

Seminar proceedings are available for download.

Energy efficiency and sustainability in traditional buildings
This conference was organised by the Technical Conservation Group and presented recent developments and research projects by Historic Scotland and other organisations. Specialist speakers outlined government policy drivers, embodied energy considerations, material supply, current and ongoing energy efficiency projects and the training needed to sustain and develop the refurbishment sector.

1. Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Traditional Buildings - backgound- David Mitchell [pdf, 707kb]
2. Hosting and Climate Change - David Fotheringham [pdf, 282kb]
3. Sustainable Architecture - Lori McElroy [pdf, 3.9mb]
4. Historic Scotland's Embodied Energy Research - Craig Kennedy [pdf, 518kb]
5. Embodied Energy LCA Assessment of Replace / Refurbish Options for Traditional Buildings - Mkie Berners Lee & Gary White [pdf, 553kb]
6. Embodied Carbon in Natural Building Stone in Scotland - Suzy Goodsir [pdf, 1.72mb]
7. Seeking t o Secure the Skills and Resources for the Future of Scotland's Built Heritage - Colin Tennant [pdf, 3.73mb]
8. Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings, Planning Considerations -Jim MacDonald [pdf, 980kb]
9. Research into Existing Non-Domestic Buildings in Scotland - Stuart Watson [pdf, 778kb]
10. Current and Future Research Work into Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings - Moses Jenkins [pdf, 3.47mb]
11. Further Options for Building Fabric Upgrades - Jessica Snow [pdf, 2.03mb]
12. What About Future Skills?- Phil Ford [pdf, 585kb]

You might also be interested in the presentations of our Energy Efficiency Conference 2008, and our recent research results published in our Technical Papers.




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