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Getting to Zero Carbon Heather Stamp Low Carbon R&D Manager National Energy Services . Code for Sustainable Homes. ENE 1 – DER, TER, TFA ENE 2 – HLP (box 38 in SAP)

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getting to zero carbon heather stamp low carbon r d manager national energy services

Getting to Zero CarbonHeather StampLow Carbon R&D Manager National Energy Services

plan assessor outputs
ENE 1 – DER, TER, TFA

ENE 2 – HLP (box 38 in SAP)

ENE 7 – CO2 emissions for space heating, water heating, fans and pumps and lighting, CO2 emissions reduction from LZC technologies

Plan Assessor Outputs
getting to zero carbon
Building Regs 2006

Best Practice Standard Insulation

Code Level 3 – 25% lower DER

Advanced Standard Insulation

Code Level 4 – 44% lower DER

Code Level 5 – zero DER

Code Level 6 – zero total CO2

Getting to Zero Carbon
base case regs 2006
Semi Detached House

East Pennines

88 square metre floor area

Gas A rated combi boiler

Partial cavity fill, AAC blocks & U = 0.29

Roof: 300m insulation U = 0.14

Windows: Double glazed super low E argon U = 1.8

Thermal bridging y = 0.08

Air Permeability 9 m3/hm2

Base Case Regs 2006
photovoltaics wind turbines
0.125kWp per m2 of PV panel area

Maximum roof area 28m2

Remainder must be off site

Running costs highly dependent on pence per unit for exported electricity

Wind turbines better done centrally as output related to (wind speed)3 and speeds are low and variable in many cases

Photovoltaics & Wind Turbines
key conclusions
Maximise fabric improvements

Minimise electricity consumption

Level 4 achievable with solar thermal

Level 5 needs PV over remaining whole roof area

Level 6 requires off site generation

Carbon strategy + running cost info

Key Conclusions
key issues questions
Measuring zero carbon

Ratings not sensitive to appliances, power showers, spray taps etc.

Cost per unit of exported electricity

High cost per unit of low carbon options

High capital costs of low carbon technologies

Consumers need fuel bill estimates too

Also focus on demand reduction as well as design

Key Issues / Questions