Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Historic Buildings Seminar – 17 May 2012

This intensive seminar will provide delegates with advice for improving the energy efficiency and reducing the carbon footprint of historic buildings with reference to recent energy reduction works to the front Quadrangle at All Souls College, Oxford, built in 1438.

Subjects covered:

• Assessing problems & opportunities for carbon reduction in historic buildings

• Creating an energy model & testing options for carbon savings

• How to satisfy the conservation officer

• Techniques for surveying & analysing heat loss in historic structures

• The do’s and dont’s of improving energy efficiency

• What you can reasonably expect to achieve

• Lessons learned – A clients perspective

Speakers: Dr Sarah Beaver – All Souls College, Nick Worlledge – Oxford City Council, Philip Waddy – West Waddy ADP, Willem Postema – RSK Building Services and Sebastian Fielding – Vector Design Consultancy Limited

Date: Thursday 17 May 2012

Timing: 4:00 – 4:30pm Registration, tea and coffee (Saskatchewan Room); 4:30 – 6:30pm Seminar (Saskatchewan Room); 6:30 – 7:00pm Drinks, canapes and networking (Rector’s Drawing Room)

Venue: Exeter College, Oxford

Charge: £25 per person inc VAT to cover costs

Click here to download the registration form (PDF)


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