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Day Four at WREC 2014

WREC2014 Day 4 Technical breakout sessions continued yesterday and I spent an interesting hour or so hearing about plans for renewable energy…

Day Three at WREC 2014

WREC2014 Day 3 Dania Gonzalez Couret from Havana opened day 3 of WREC 2014 with a great presentation titled Cuban Contradictions. She described…

Day Two at WREC 2014

WREC2014 Day 2 The second day of WREC 2014 saw the opening of technical sessions. As a conference, WREC’s real strength is its target topics…

Day One at WREC 2014

  WREC2014 Day 1 95 Countries are represented at the 13th World Renewable Energy Conference which opened yesterday at Kingston University. The…

Follow Us at WREC 2014

The World Renewable Energy Conference kicks off on Monday 4th August and I'll be tweeting live from the event. You can follow along on Twitter…

Fowl Play

The negative impacts of climate change can seem distant and removed from our everyday lives. How do you draw people’s attention to the immediacy…

The Unintended Consequences of Part L

We’ve spent more than three decades ensuring the requirement to conserve fuel and power is enshrined in the building regulations. More recently…

Are You Sitting Comfortably?

When the engineers at Max Fordham go out to present our wares to clients and architects, we pack our trusty Powerpoint presentation. It gives…

What is wrong with district or community heating

There are many views on community heating held by a growing number of interested parties. Here Bill Watts provides his take on why installing…

A COSMIC journey

One sunny Thursday evening in September last year the team delivering the Wellcome Collection Development Project (WCDP) gathered for a drink.…