Sturgis Carbon Profiling is sponsoring the ‘Embodied Carbon – Action and Implementation’ conference together with BRE, British Land and Carillion Plc.
The event is hosted by UK Green Building Council in response to the recommendations made following last year’s Embodied Carbon Week.
Sturgis Carbon Profiling has been successful with the Innovative UK funding bid for the ‘Implementing Whole-life Carbon In Buildings’ research proposal.
The consortium lead by SCP includes Sustainable Business Partnership, Faithful & Gould, ARUP, RICS, Cambridge University, Land Securities and Laing O’Rourke.
Gareth Roberts from Sturgis Carbon Profiling talks about Passmore St, the first privately rented EnerPHit project in London, nominated for the Passivhaus Trust Awards 2015.
Priyanka Arora from Sturgis Carbon Profiling talks about ‘Whole-life carbon: Retrofit vs EnerPhit’ at the Women in Sustainable Construction & Property event.
Improving the energy efficiency of a building may be good for the planet, but occupiers may only be prepared to foot the bill if they can directly feel the benefit. Gareth Roberts of Sturgis Carbon Profiling analyses the latest research.
You can read the article here by following the link to Building.co.uk