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CIBSE releases carbon emissions guide

The Energy and Carbon Emissions Regulation: a guide to implementation (EPBR), has been published by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
The publication is a key source of information on the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations and is a comprehensive companion guide covering Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), Display Energy Certificates (DECs), inspection of boilers and inspection of air conditioning systems.

The guide is part of a number of new CIBSE titles which aid compliance with Part L of Building Regulations and Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).

Coming soon:

  • TM47: Operational ratings and Display Energy Certificates

  • KS14: Energy efficient heating

  • LG02: Hospitals and health care buildings

  • TM48: Climate change data for building simulation

  • To purchase Energy and carbon emissions regulations: a guide to implementation (EPBR) please visit the CIBSE Bookshop at or ring 020 8675 5211

    10 November 2008


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