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ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND HISTORIC BUILDINGS
English Heritage supports the Government’s aims to improve the energy efficiency of existing buildings through Part L of the Building Regulations. Many improvements can be carried out, often at a relatively low cost, significantly enhancing the comfort of the building for its users, as well as providing savings on fuel bills. Such improvements can also help in meeting the Government’s greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
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guidance_energy_efficiency in historic buildings.pdf [guidance_energy_efficiency in historic buildings.pdf, 317.78 kb]
Icon/category:
  • Methodology
  • Tools
  • Process
  • Plan Action
  • Implement Action
  • Policy
  • Technology
Type of resource:
  • Action plan
  • Case Study
  • Guideline / handbook
  • Report
  • Study
Medium:
  • Electronic resource
Purpose:
  • Awareness raising
  • Capacity development
  • General information
  • Guidance
  • Implementation
  • Policy (international)
  • Policy (national)
Published in: 11, 2010
Relevant for:
  • Europe
Sector:
  • Institutional
  • Municipal
Topic:
  • Climate mitigation
  • Energy efficiency
Language:
  • English
Free to use: Yes
Energy Subject:
  • Energy use
  • Electricity
  • Space heating / cooling
  • Energy efficiency
  • Energy efficiency -Action
  • Energy efficiency -Material
  • Energy efficiency -Technology
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