Energy and water efficiency in education

The Energy Consortium has publish two best-practice guides aimed at higher- and further-education institutions but also valid for other public-sector bodies. One guide provides 154 pages of advice for project managers responsible for improving energy and water efficiency in university buildings. The other gives 80 pages of guidance on which options for renewable energy are worth pursuing.

Members of the TEC can access the documents for free. Non-members can obtain concessionary access using the e-mail address below.

s.james@bham.ac.uk

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