CBx Event at UCL-Energy
20 March 2014
CBx is new public forum for building energy professionals, at the cutting-edge of narrowing the performance gap through sharing data, information and best practice.
CBx uses robust data from the CarbonBuzz platform combined with targeted research from UCL Energy Institute, providing a unique evidence-based platform to drive knowledge and understanding.
“Making Energy Audits work for a resilient building portfolio”
Date: 03 April 2014, Time: 08:30 – 10:00, Doors open 08:00.
Free to members/partners, with a small charge for non-members. Breakfast included.
Location: UCL Energy Institute, Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place, London, WC1H 0NN
Speakers include: Ed Horgan, Associate Director at Briars Associates and Mitchell Layng, Portfolio Energy Manager at M&G Real Estate.
Overview: The role of energy audits is not just about identifying savings, but also improving and adapting the longevity and operation of your building to become more resilient to the working environment. This means capturing operational information such as hours of occupancy together with critical energy use to better understand the building dynamics. A panel of experts will debate the values of the current energy audit process, validation of data and industry best practice.
For more information or to book tickets please visit www.cbxchange.org/events-listing/