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  • Green v Violet
  • © GBE NGS ASWS BrianSpecMan 1999 Green is the Colour BD Conference
  • Can we fix it? Yes we can
  • © Bob the Builder 1999 Mattel
  • College Knowledge can be 10 20 30 40 years out of date
  • © GBE NGS ASWS SusCon Retrofit CPD
  • Learning Curve > Forgetting Curve
  • © GBE NGS ASWS SusCon Retrofit CPD
  • I can CAD, CAD can, therefore I do
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2003 Design to Reduce Waste CPD
  • I design, then calculate, but nature can still retaliate
  • © GBE NGS ASWS BrianSpecMan 2019
  • Don’t use a Universal man, just because he thinks can
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • You need a one planet wo-man, who cares for planet A and can
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2006-2019
  • Plan A: there is no Plan B
  • © M&S 2007
  • Halve demand > Double Efficiency > Halve the Carbon > Let children run buildings
  • © 2010 Robin Nicholson et al
  • Fabric First
  • © who claims it?
  • Fabric First Materials First Performance First
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2018
  • Insulation Insulation Insulation
  • After Location Location Location
  • Stuffed Loft; Squashed Insulation; Lift Your Loft Stuff
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2016 GBE Lit Audit GBE CPD
  • Thermal Breaks, Wind and Airtightness
  • Well dress, Heat less; Less dress, Cool less
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Build Tight, Ventilate Right
  • © Perera E & Parkins L 1992 CIBSE Journal
  • No Insulation, Without Ventilation
  • © PAS 2030 2017
  • Build Light Insulate Right Solar Tight
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2015 Overheating Issue Paper
  • When heating is zero, hot water must be ‘near 0’
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Pipe valve and tank insulations, needs lots of patience
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Valves and angle changes, takes labour ages
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • One planet plumbing wo-man, cares about details and can
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Monitor Meter Control
  • You can only control the things that you know and understand
  • Everyday visible meters, to help monitor your heaters
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Big Open Data:
  • Join communities who share, so you can all compare
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Controls at your finger tips:
  • IOT Internet of things, lets you control stuff with smart phone pings
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Controls with attitude
  • © Control manufacturer
  • Men press buttons ‘go faster’, controls must show whose master
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Fabric First – Eco Bling last
  • Savings, Payback, FIT or RHI, exploit free wind or sun from the sky
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Use PV or wind: for best share of FIT, add a low voltage circuit for kit
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Domestic sized wind turbine on ridge or gable, can only work less-able
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • ST or PV shaded by a tree, won’t make much energy for free
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • ST or PV facing wrong way, won’t generate as much RHI or FIT pay
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Don’t feed all into the grid, to go far, use it to charge your electric car
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Fridges & Freezers denied from the mains, your electric car charge remains
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Renewables locked in, before gas assigned to bin
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Renewables output kit, controlled by charge supplied via FIT
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Renewable kit optimum orientation: essential for FIT or RHI compensation
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Other orientation and pitch angles apply, if not claiming FIT or RHI
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Great CoP outside, needs great optimisation inside
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Outside infra-red heat collector, feed inside infrared heat emitter
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Infra-red heat pad, replaces old convector heat rad.
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Caution: Heat panels on ceilings, radiant heat leave heads reeling
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Heat panels on internal partitions, avoids external wall heat emissions
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • In-surface radiant heating, needs Low-E glass to keep heat in
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • LED lights optimise consumption, but exhibit spotlight function
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Off site renewables, but not too far, transfer losses will jar
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Green Tariff Electric Supplier, risks replacement by climate change denier
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Let Greta’s School Children run Buildings
  • Prompted by © 2010 Robin Nicholson et al
  • Teach all the kiddies, they will show up us old biddies
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Make buildings part of syllabus for schools, give them real future life facing tools
  • Based partly on © 2010 Robin Nicholson et al
  • Greta asks why are we still day dreaming, whilst Friday School kids are chanting and screaming
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • Start acting like your house is on fire
  • © Greta Thunberg 2019
  • Kyoto to Paris Agreements v Government follow up achievements
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2019
  • DIY Kyoto, because Governments won’t get go
  • © DIY Kyoto
  • “It’s easier to improve 100 things by 1% than to improve 1 thing by 100%.” and hope this inspires others to add their 1% too.
  • © Olaf Doschke on gofundme 2018
  • There is no such thing as a Standard Detail
  • © Who claims it?
  • Do the best with what you know, when you know better, do better
  • © GBE NGS ASWS 2018 UH lecture series (unless somebody else claims it?)

© GBE NGS ASWS Brian Murphy aka BrianSpecMan *
10th July 2019 – 19th August 2019

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GBE HERACEY™ (Jargon Buster) G#1429 N#1399


© GBE NGS ASWS Brian Murphy aka BrianSpecMan *
10th July 2019 – 13th August 2019

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  • #BuildLightInsulateRightSolarTight
  • © GBE NGS ASWS BrianSpecMan 2016

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GBE Jargon Buster

  • Violet (Jargon Buster) G#1583 N#1516

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10th July 2019 – 19th August 2019

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