If heat networks are to form a significant part of our future low carbon energy infrastructure in the UK, and meet client and customer expectations, then they need to be designed, built and operated to a high quality. This Code has been produced to assist in achieving that aim by raising standards right across the supply chain.
This Lighting Guide is intended as an introduction to the subject of industrial lighting for lighting engineers, specifiers, users and students. It is essentially a compendium of experience. The LG was reviwed in October 2018 and updated by Addenda.
Commissioning Code L: Lighting (2018)By: CIBSE / SLL
This updated edition of Commissioning Code L provides guidance on how to set up a commissioning plan for a project in order to manage the process of ensuring that the design intent is realised at project completion and that the users of the lighting installation are fully aware of the operation and benefits of the lighting installation, relative to their use of the building.
Lighting Guides LG0: Introduction to light and lighting (2017) (PDF only; free of charge)By: CIBSE / SLL
This guide is based on Chapter 1 of the forthcoming updated edition of the SLL Code for Lighting and has been produced to act as an introduction to light and lighting for all those with an interest in the subject.
There is a strong need to make available to the scientific community a collection of the most recent research results in the field of refrigeration to mitigate climate change. Therefore, this Research Topic is both an opportunity for researchers to demonstrate their innovative proposals, and a necessary response to the need to safeguard our planet while continuing to satisfy of one of the essential human needs: refrigeration.
Indoor Thermal ComfortBy: AICARR
This Special Issue invites scholars to contribute original research and review articles on innovative design, systems, and/or control domains that can enhance occupant comfort, work productivity, wellbeing in a built environment, and the integration of human factors in buildings energy performance.
The Human Dimension of Building Energy Performance By: AICARR
This Research Topic welcomes all article types on the effects of human factors on building energy performance, with a special focus on innovative design, systems and/or control domains that can enhance a building’s energy sustainability consistently with its indoor environmental quality.