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As I am sure you know, the world of sustainability can be a minefield. There are numerous pieces of legislation and policy out there – the Code for Sustainable Homes, BREEAM, the Building Regulations, the Merton Rule and many more – that can make specification and purchase of materials for new buildings very tedious and complicated.
There is also a lot of misinformation and misunderstandings in the market about what technology is best for what, how much things cost, what is the best way to meet the SAP requirements, what will the maintenance implications be and what do these things look like?
Many installations of renewable technologies, such as solar panels, on homes and non-domestic buildings cost more than they should whilst performing below the required targets. Often the integration of technologies into the building do not work well or look really awful.
All of this stems from a lack of understanding and communication between the supplier and installer and the developer or contractor.
We want to help you by making you aware of what is really available and what it really costs. You will learn about different technologies and what they do – as well as how the latest Regs will affect you as they change.
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