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Future Power

Which technologies will have the greatest impact when it comes to reducing the carbon footprint of buildings? Our ‘future power’ programme will showcase the latest innovations in micro generation, storage and low voltage and direct current networks.

Articles and reports

Built Environment focus for next Breakthrough Cities Workshop

Low carbon and circular economy innovation for the Built Environment will be the subject of the next Breakthrough Cities Workshop, which takes place at IET London: Savoy Place on 9th March 2018.

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A phase shift to domestic d.c energy in the home

Commercially d.c energy is a reality, but why is this not so in our home environments.

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Touching the voids – not the movie!

What do you understand by void? A law with no effect? A life devoid of meaning? A challenge to social housing companies? What impact does energy have on the creation of voids? A recent report highlights the connection between energy efficiency of housing stock and the income of the social housing sector…

Why MVHR is perfect for energy-efficient new build homes

We all want to ‘breathe easy’, to have good clean air in our homes. Increasing insulation and reduction of drafts contributes stuffy buildings and overheating.




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Code of Practice for Low and Extra Low Voltage Direct Current Power Distribution in Buildings

This Code sets out the requirements for the growing demand for low voltage d.c. power systems, e.g. power over Ethernet

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Application of LED Lighting Systems

Become an LED Lighting expert and learn safe and efficient installation practices.

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