Strategy used:
  • Council revised opinion
  • Accepted 10% CO2reduction through Energy Efficiency
  • Major Financial Saving
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long-marstonnew-village Solar Gain
Up to 15%
CO2 saving
Building Fabric
changes
enhanced up
to 10%
Behavioural Changes
2.3% CO2 saved
Air Leakage
requirement
halved
6.3% CO2
saving

Energy Statement for a new village of 285 units
Challenging the planning policy norms

The Brief: An energy statement negating the need for Low or Zero Carbon technologies in favour of Fabric Energy Efficiency alternatives.

Delivered: An evidence based planning statement demonstrating a 10% carbon emissions reduction without on-site renewables.

Technologies Specified:

Enhanced energy efficiency measures (including: MHRV, LED lighting & fabric efficiency) Centralised Combined Heat & Power (CHP)

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mixed-development-kings-square Total Saving
30.02%
70%
saved using
renewables
21.1%
C02 saved
using CHP
8.9% saved
using energy efficiency
measurements

Sustainable Design and Construction Statement
Demonstrating Viability with 30% CO2 reduction policy

The Brief: The Carbon Green Team developed a sustainability strategy to comply with Islington Council’s development policy demanding 30% CO2 emissions reduction.

Delivered: An innovative package which maximised energy efficiency and realised major financial savings.

  • Carbon Green Negotiation on 15% policy
  • Agreed 10% CO2 reduction
  • Major financial saving and scheme viability
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plymouth-prestige-development 10% CO2
Reduction
Saving
£167,000
Capital Cost
7,492 kg/year
CO2 saving

Negotiations with Planning Authority for scheme viability
Relaxation of planning policy from 15% to 10% CO2 reduction

The Brief: To develop a strategy to achieve 15% CO2 emissions reduction on a high quality residential development.

Delivered: In demonstrating a lack of scheme viability Carbon Green successfully negotiated with the local planning authority to reduce the requirement to a 10% CO2 reduction across the scheme.

Client Benefits:
  • Product compliance with BREEAM, Ska, LEED
  • Evidence of available credits
  • Valuable Marketing tool
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fusion-glass-partitions BREEAM LEED Ska Rating

Sustainable Product data sheets
BREEAM, Ska Rating and LEED

The Brief: To compare their products against all relevant Environmental Assessments for Buildings such as BREEAM, Ska Rating and LEED.

Delivered: A document proving a valuable marketing tool and a clear information source for design teams.

Technologies:
  • Solar Hot Water
  • Solar Voltaics
  • Biomass
  • Air Source Heat Pump
  • Passive Cooling
  • Rainwater Harvesting
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bicton-earth-environmental-and-renewable-technologies-hub BREEAM
Very Good
Increased
Biodiversity
Natural
Ventilation
90% materials
Sourced responsibly

Sustainable Design Advice and best practice
Exemplar low Carbon Development

The Brief: To devise a sustainability strategy for achieving a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’.

Delivered: A highly sustainable building, offering high levels of innovation.

SBEM Calculations

Reduce the risk of overspend and delaysSBEM Calculations

We’ll advise you early in the process on the right balance of fabric efficiency, building services and when to introduce the right Low and Zero Carbon technologies in your project, reducing your risk of pointless overspend and delays in re–design.

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ESOS Deadline - 5th December 2015. Energy Savings
Opportunity Scheme - ESOS

Government legislation requires large organisations to submit an ESOS
Assessment to the Environment Agency before the deadline on 5th December 2015.
Failure to comply will result in a £50,000 fine. Carbon Green are registered as a
Lead Assessor for the scheme and can offer a range of services to help your
organisation achieve compliance.