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Power On Connections

Power On Connections

A proud history... Power On Connections is the UK’s largest and market-leading Independent Connections Provider (ICP), specialising in designing and delivering high and low voltage...
Aalto University

Status report on Slag2PCC pilot plant at Aalto University

Towards higher value PCC crystal forms and smaller particle sizes. The feasibility of the Slag2PCC process route has demonstrated successfully by researchers at Aalto University...
Saint Gobain

How To Boost Education Through Building Design

Saint-Gobain, the world leader in the sustainable habitat and construction markets, has identified five key elements that contribute to our comfort levels indoors; thermal...
Power On Connections

Sustainable Energy & Utility Model

Metropolitan, Brookfield Utilities UK. Brookfield Utilities UK (‘BUUK’) are part of Brookfield Asset Management, a NYSE and Toronto top 500 listed global investor in infrastructure...
Kingspan

Staying On Top Of Heat Loss

Having gone through another chilly winter, many of us will now count the cost with a sizeable heating bill landing on the door step....
Energeno

Auto-consumption and energy self-sufficiency – now within reach for social housing

Solar power provides an opportunity for social housing associations and landlords to improve the long term energy prospects of tenants by alleviating fuel poverty...
Saint-Gobain

Passivhaus Tradesperson Course

Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland has announced the launch of its Passive House Tradesperson Course, enabling tradespeople to gain international accreditation for one of the...
Kingspan

Cladding Performance Without The Fuss

With more and more building owners looking to go above and beyond the requirements of the Building Regulations, delivering a high level of fabric...
Saint-Gobain

Passivhaus Tradesperson Course

Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland has announced the launch of its Passive House Tradesperson Course, enabling tradespeople to gain international accreditation for one of the...
Kingspan

Taking a Stand

Following significant concessions on carbon emission targets in the Approved Documents L to the Building Regulations in both England and Wales, there were serious...
Saint-Gobain

Passivhaus Tradesperson Course

Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland has announced the launch of its Passive House Tradesperson Course, enabling tradespeople to gain international accreditation for one of the...
Kingspan

Think Modern

For many years, Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) have been the product of choice where thermal performance and construction predictability are an absolute priority. The...
Celotex

Is fabric first the key to achieving zero carbon standard?

When the UK government committed to ensuring all new homes built from 2016 be ‘zero carbon’, the aim was to cut emissions and energy...
Saint-Gobain

DECC visits Saint-Gobain Technical Academy

Saint-Gobain’s newest Technical Academy in Flitwick, Bedfordshire received a visit from Department for Energy and Climate Change’s (DECC) Green Deal Communities team, where delegates...
Kingspan

Take to the floor

Whilst ground floors often act as a key source of heatloss from properties, the thicknesses of traditional insulation required to effectively address this often...
Kingspan

Flying the Flag

At long last, the Approved Documents L to the Building Regulations for Wales (ADL 2014) have come into force. Much like the English Approved...
Kingspan

Straightforward compliance with SIPs

In our April Special Report we looked at a simple approach to achieving compliance with Approved Document L1A (ADL1A) to the Building Regulations, by...

GETTING OUTDOORS

As we head into the summer months, it’s great to be able to take advantage of the sunny weather by getting outside. Where space...

RETROFITTING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Solid walled properties make up almost 30% of Britain’s housing stock and with many of these dwellings built long before limiting CO2 emissions became...

An overview of the latest changes to Approved Documents L

For domestic new build, Approved Document L1A (ADL1A) 2013 requires an aggregate uplift of 6% over 2010 standards, and for non-domestic new build, ADL2A...

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