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EnerPHit: A Step by Step Guide to Low Energy Retrofit

James Traynor

  • Format: Book

  • Pages: 160

  • Publisher: RIBA Publishing

  • Date Published: Sep 2019

  • Stock Code: 40515

  • ISBN: 9781859468197

  • Binding: Hardback

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In order to meet UK Carbon reduction commitments for 2020 and 2050 building owners will be required to upgrade their buildings to meet an increasingly stringent set of energy performance requirements. In the absence of any clear advice from UK Government on how this can be achieved, the EnerPHit standard offers a very clear methodology.  

This is a practical guide that gives architects the tools to retrofit buildings to the highest EnerPHit standard. It equips the reader with the key information on EnerPHit (as the most effective benchmark for performance), the practical know-how and tips to ensure effective retrofit throughout all Plan of Work stages of a project to the EnerPHit standard. Backed with real-life case studies, it enables you to understand how to achieve successful outcomes tailored to suit available budgets and programmes.

About the Author

James Traynor

James Traynor is Managing Director ECD Architects, which has been at the forefront of sustainable design since 1980. James is a Passivhaus designer and director in charge of several important retrofit projects, most notably Wilmcote House which is the UK Case Study for the EuroPHit programme.

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