This Guide to Implementing Low Carbon Retrofits for Social Housing is intended as a simple to use reference for social housing asset managers and others involved in social housing upgrades. The guide presents a concise summary of effective energy efficiency options for social housing properties, including:
Advice on priority upgrades;
Important things to consider when deciding whether to implement an upgrade;
Practical implementation advice to ensure the upgrade is implemented well;
Complementary retrofit considerations to make the most of opportunities as they arise;
This is the list of the top 50 documents world wide which can inform policy to do with building energy improvements for commercial building retrofits.Read more
This is the current list of the top 50 open resources world wide chosen by experts, as the resources can and should influence building policies toward better energy efficiency and environmental outcomes in design and construction.Read more
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