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Using Post Occupancy and Building Performance Evaluation based Approach for Retrofitting Deprived Community Housing in the UK

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Houses in deprived communities will frequently suffer from poor standards of thermal comfort and energy performance. They are hard to heat in winter and consequently burn more fuel and produce higher CO2 emissions than an equivalent energy efficient dwelling. This study has been undertaken as part of the BIG Energy Upgrade Programme, the first large-scale project that is delivering installation of energy efficiency measures and renewables to houses in Yorkshire and the Humber region with aim to also deliver a new approach to housing retrofitting and energy efficiency within a minimum of ten of the most deprived communities in the UK.

This talk is part of the Martin Centre Research Seminar Series - 43rd Annual Series of Lunchtime Lectures series.

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