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 2012 about some of the projects being funded by HEFCE under the Revolving Green Funds and some good advice on how to plan for...
This design guide outlines how the University of Bristol aim to build more energy efficient buildings.
This report summarises the current status of construction resource efficiency, and proposes 10 key actions to reduce waste production and divert waste from landfill.
In 2007 the University of Birmingham upgraded one of its computer clusters, replacing 70 traditional workstations with equivalent specification but lower energy TFT-PCs.
Case study of Coventry University Enterprises, piloting a voluntary location-independent working scheme encouraging participants to work out of the office for 40–60% of their time.
A case study from Jisc about how WEEE Regulations stimulated NTU to reduce the amount of waste generated and to manage the residue more effectively.
At the University of Liverpool, the self-developed software powers down around 3,500 participating computers that are idle for over 10 hours daily, bringing numerous benefits.
Coventry University’s Carbon Challenge scheme is an inter-faculty energy competition with eagerly anticipated monthly reports, quarterly league tables and prizes....
CEREc is a unique, teaching, research and demonstration resource for the built environment hosting a number of renewable and intelligent energy solutions.
A case study by WRAP which focuses on the recycled content in construction of the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Science of the University of Strathclyde.
This link takes you to the SPP website where you can find the SMART SPP tool and further information.
This links to asection of the BREEAM website includes case studies on buildings certified to the BREEAM standard.
The Green Deal, of The Energy Act 2011, is a financial mechanism that eliminates paying upfront for energy efficiency improvements to homes, community spaces and businesses.
Link to the HiPerBuild programme which takes forward HEEPI's decade long work on more sustainable buildings in universities and colleges.
The LEEF is to invest in energy efficiency retrofit to public sector-owned and occupied buildings.
A guide from TEC which discusses; Project Drivers, Project Guidance, Passive Energy Measures, Active Energy Measures, Renewable Energy, Water Measures, and Design Targets.
This document aims to help public bodies access potential sources of energy efficiency and renewable energy finance and to assess the costs, risks and benefits of doing this.
A guide from AUDE to assist in making the replace or refurbish decision.
A guide to Display Energy Certificates and advisory report for public buildings