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A new Code of Practice for surface water source heat pumps has been launched by CIBSE, in a bid to help the UK meet targets to reduce its carbon emissions.
The Duke of York KG has been presented with an Honorary Fellowship by the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) in recognition of his contribution to the lighting industries
The building services industry needs to give more attention to what it is trying to achieve said Richard Rooley, speaking on the second day of the CIBSE Technical Symposium.
The first day of the 2016 Technical Symposium, was dominated by the need for engineers to work together in order to drive building performance.
Dr Hywel Davies of CIBSE comments on claims that attributed low investor confidence in the UK energy sector to the "staggering volatility" of energy prices rather than uncertainty about Government energy policy
Lighting design practice Speirs + Major were celebrating their double success last night, after bagging two out of three awards at the 14th annual Ready Steady Light event organised by the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL)
Building services engineers are the people who can save civilisation from the threat of climate change, heard the CIBSE 2016 annual lecture audience.
A lack of consistent policymaking and disjointed attempts at delivery are behind past failures of energy efficiency policy says CIBSE.