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In the context of a long term Estates Strategy, Oxford Brookes University has set an ambitious target to reduce carbon emissions from its building estate by 50% by 2020. The achievement of this strategy requires the identification, quantification and prioritisation of a wide range of energy and carbon reduction opportunities from over 60 buildings across five campuses, covering diverse activities including laboratories, lecture theatres, cafes and accommodation.
The University called upon Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) to help them achieve this target - read the case study below to find out how they did it.
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