Building controls and energy-efficient heating

CIBSE has published expert guidance on building control systems (Guide H) and energy-efficient heating (KS14).

Guide H provides an understanding of modern controls systems to enable engineers to choose the proper control system for a project and ensure it is installed, commissioned and maintained accurately.

KS14 is an accessible introduction to energy-efficient non-domestic heating and the various technologies available. Its scope includes condensing boilers, CHP, heat pumps and renewables.

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