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CarbonBuzz is funded jointly by the Technology Strategy Board and industry partners. We are grateful to the Steering Group for their vision, expertise and case studies towards the current development of the platform.

Steering group members

 

bre British Land BSRIA Carbon Trust carillion Deloitte
elementus Hackney Hammerson Islington Council Local Government Association Low Carbon Workplace
Oxford Brookes University Partnerships for Schools RIBA RICS Rockwool Sturgis Associates
TSB Usable Buildings Trust wates Willmott Dixon  

What they say

 

Sarah Cary - British Land: Post occupancy evaluations and energy in use has moved from experts to everyone. CarbonBuzz could provide the framework for this exercise.

 

Rory Walsh-Low Carbon Workplace Fund: CarbonBuzz provides a reliable platform to exchange information about predicted vs real energy use - the link between design and operational energy consumption is widely misunderstood.

 

Emma Bushell - Islington Council: As part of Islington Council's Green Performance Plan CarbonBuzz can help demonstrate achievements in minimising energy consumption.

 

Keith Snook - BRE: CarbonBuzz can make a useful contribution to policy by providing a repository of real energy use evidence for benchmarking.

 

Phil Jones - CIBSE Benchmarking Group: The incorporation of high resolution datasets makes CarbonBuzz a robust tool.

 

Alasdair Donn - Willmott Dixon: CarbonBuzz provides added value above DECs through collecting detailed information on individual buildings.

 

Ann Bodkin - Partnership for Schools: CarbonBuzz can help users understand the risks associated with unregulated energy use.

 

Simon Sturgis - Sturgis Associates: CarbonBuzz can provide data in response to users' evolving requirements; in the future this focus may move from design vs. actual to operational data vs. whole life.

 

Will Ray - Rockwool: CarbonBuzz provides a great opportunity to make data more accessible online and will support our work to bridge the performance gap between expectations and outcomes.

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