INREB Faraday Partnership Integrating New and Renewable Energy into Buildings 2003 INREB Faraday Partnership … for the integration of new and renewable energy in buildings Faraday Partnership one of 24 in the UK. The only Partnership working in the area of the built environment.
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Integrating New and Renewable Energy into Buildings
… for the integration of new and renewable energy in buildings
De Montfort University
University of Nottingham
University of Ulster
Partnership Management & Administration
Policy & Planning
1. Sustainable Urban Block
2. Large Scale
3. Existing High Density Housing
5. Commercial, Retail, Industrial
Others to follow as necessary…?
SUSTAINABLE URBAN BLOCK
INDUSTRIAL RETAIL & COMMERCIAL
HIGH DENSITY HOUSING
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER INREB technologies into buildings
KNOWLEDGE TRANSFERKnowledge to the construction industry
INDUSTRY RESEARCH NEEDSResearch identified by industry fed back to knowledge base
INREB Scenarios - building based approach
UNIVERSITIES / MANUFACTURERS / RTO’s
Designing the Urban Environment
In future urban development we must strive for greater mix of building types and tenures and seek to optimise development density in proximity to public transport hubs.
Ashton Green, Leicester
100% renewable energy community
Self sustainable hydrogen village,
Possible area of focus:
Housing Association stock
Options for the use of renewable energy and advanced energy efficiency measures