BRE is calling on government to improve consumer awareness of heat pumps, accelerate the roll-out of insulation, and invest to scale-up the heat pump market. New polling from the Building Research Establishment (BRE) has found that the majority of the public (62%) would not feel at all confident explaining how heat pump technology works.
Breakthrough technology at BRE will show how businesses can reduce costs as flexible energy market booms
The Building Research Establishment (BRE), has announced a collaboration with Power Transition to host a Smart MicroGrid Demonstrator at BRE’s Science Park in Watford.
Today’s announcement from Grant Shapps, the Business and Energy Secretary, committing to the government’s Energy Bill is a major step forward in ensuring Britain’s energy security.
BRE has provided technical content and expertise on indoor air quality (IAQ) for Defra’s indoor air quality report. People spend a substantial amount of their lives indoors (often 80 to 90%) and indoor environments can represent significant exposure to air pollution.
The BREEAM Guide to the EU Taxonomy and BREEAM, shows how the BREEAM suite of products can be used by stakeholders to save time in meeting the EU Taxonomy requirements.
The Built Environment Carbon Databsase is entering the testing phase to make sure that the service is fit for purpose and is aligned with industry practice. We’re now calling for built environment industry professionals to test the database with their data.
Help us push for a net zero future and inform the development of the UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard
The UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard coalition, which includes BRE, is calling for evidence from UK built environment industry practitioners.
BRE has joined over 900 employers in signing up to the Race at Work Charter, an initiative designed by Business in the Community (BITC) for businesses to collectively commit to improving equal opportunities for Black, Asian, Mixed Race and ethnically diverse employees in the UK.
BRE has joined Business in the Community (BITC), to embed its commitment to being a responsible business. Formed in 1982, and with His Majesty King Charles III as its Royal Founding Patron, BITC is the largest and longest-established membership organisation dedicated to responsible business.
BRE’s leading international evidence-based sustainability assessment scheme for infrastructure projects, CEEQUAL – is being rebranded to BREEAM Infrastructure.