EAUC-Scotland and Resource Efficient Scotland (RES) have produced the Energy Efficiency Technologies Catalogue as an introduction different technology options for universities...
AUDE study reveals importance of university facilities to student experience.
We wanted to get some useful sustainable business tops tips from each of our 2015 EAUC Annual Conference sponsors - these are the tips from British Gas.
A case study from British Gas about how BMSI has helped the fast-growing University of Brighton to reduce costs and improve control.
Discover construction products and materials containing recycled content. Specifying products with higher recycled content is a simple and cost-effective way to meet your...
A presentation from the EAUC annual conference 2014 on sustainable university retrofits: challenges, opportunities, user engagement and lessons learned.
A presentation by David Stutchfield, Energy Officer, University of Andrews about two new buildings: the Medical Sciences Building and Biomedical Sciences Annexe.
A video produced by AUDE and HEDQF as an exploration of the adaptive re-use of existing buildings by universities both at home and abroad.
Presentations from the EAUC annual conference 2013 on sustainable buildings and reducing carbon in heritage buildings.
Daniel Curtis, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, asked EAUC Educational Members' Network for their assistance about the status of energy information...
A presentation from the EAUC annual conference 2011 on post-occupancy evaluations
An EAUC Insight Guide on Display Energy Certificates, which came into effect on 1 October 2008.
A case study on Oxford University reducing energy use from out-of-hours working in research buildings
Imperial College London is committed to provision of sustainable operation of its estate, despite a strategy of refurbishment, new build and staff/student growth. To support...
Coventry University’s Carbon Challenge scheme is an inter-faculty energy competition with eagerly anticipated monthly reports, quarterly league tables and prizes....
The LEEF is to invest in energy efficiency retrofit to public sector-owned and occupied buildings.
Link to the HiPerBuild programme which takes forward HEEPI's decade long work on more sustainable buildings in universities and colleges.
A link to the BRITA in PuBs website - an EU to explore retrospective refurbishment of buildings to make them more eco-friendly.
A guide to Display Energy Certificates and advisory report for public buildings
A Carbon Trust report on how non-domestic buildings can play a leading role in the UK's transition to a low carbon economy.