New homes often fail to meet low-energy targets, and to satisfy residents with fundamental issues such as ease of use, summer comfort and energy costs. There is little Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) happening routinely on projects to close the performance gap. A step change is needed to transition to net zero carbon while making our homes comfortable, healthy and enjoyable.
Woodknowledge Wales and Good Homes Alliance are inviting you to the official launch of a new Building Performance guide. Aimed at housing clients, and anyone interested in Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) who want to evaluate and improve the performance of homes, it provides information on main techniques and practical tools for implementation.
Free to attend, registration essential. This event is online. Delegates will receive a link upon registration.
The launch is followed by a more detailed BPE training course held over two half days on the 18th and 25th March, with discounted tickets available for GHA members.