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Building Research Establishment Ltd (BRE)
Watford, Hertfordshire, England
BRE helps government, industry and business to meet the challenges of our built environment. Today's need to combat climate change, and the significant economic and social issues we now face, are no exceptions...
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BRICKER - Total Renovation Strategies for Energy Reduction in Public Building Stock
Sevilla, Spain
Buildings owned by public bodies account for a considerable share of the building stock and have high visibility in public life. As such the European public sector can be an important driver for more efficient products...
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Centre For Energy and the Environment
Exeter, United Kingdom
Consultancy in green building design, energy, sustainable design, acoustics, air quality, renewable energy and waste...
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Mackintosh Environmental Architecture Research Unit (MEARU)
Glasgow, United Kingdom
MEARU is built on an established track record in two main environmental domains within the Mackintosh School of Architecture: passive solar energy design and participatory design...
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Martin Centre for Architecture and Urban Studies
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
The Martin Centre is the longest established architectural research centre in the UK, and has an international reputation, recently being referred to as ‘the leading British architectural research unit’ in the international research journal Architectural Science Review...
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