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CIBSE Guide K: Electricity in buildings (2004) By: CIBSE

This Guide will be invaluable for anyone thinking of installing new or renewable power sources. Energy managers, facilities managers and building owners/operators will also find this Guide a fund of essential and interesting information.

  • Energy generation and recovery systems

CIBSE Guide M: Maintenance engineering and management (2014) By: CIBSE

A guide for designers, maintainers, building owners and operators and facilities managers.

  • Building performance management

Technical Memoranda TM52: Limits of thermal comfort: avoiding overheating in European buildings (2013) By: CIBSE

This Technical Memorandum (TM) is about predicting overheating in buildings. It is intended to inform designers, developers and others responsible for defining the indoor environment in buildings.

  • Indoor environmental quality and building users
  • Includes Climate and climate change

Technical Memoranda TM59: Design methodology for the assessment of overheating risk in homes (2017) By: CIBSE

Assessing overheating risk in homes is a complex issue and not adequately assessed by building regulations.

  • Indoor environmental quality and building users
  • Includes Climate and climate change

Technical Memoranda TM60: Good practice in the design for homes (2018) By: CIBSE

This Technical Memorandum (TM) aims to help building services engineers and other professionals working on the planning, design and construction of homes: to understand and demonstrate good practice; to understand the relevant guidance, tools and other resources available; and to contribute to delivering good practice as part of a wider design team.

  • Indoor environmental quality and building users
  • Building envelope
  • Systems design

Codes of Practice CP1: Heat networks: Code of Practice for the UK (2015) By: CIBSE

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.

  • Heating and cooling systems

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