Wales Low Zero Carbon Hub: – Integrating water and energy efficiency – building regulations and beyond
Presentation – Sally Sudworth
Presentation – Andrew Burton
Presentation – Andrew Tucker
Produced and Edited by Josh Eley & Matthew Steggles – Second Year Students at University of Glamorgan Special Thanks to Sara Jolly
The Wales Low Zero Carbon Hub is delighted to host the following meeting.
Heating hot water in the home (excluding central heating) accounts for 3% of annual carbon dioxide emissions in Wales (5% for the UK – equivalent to aviation). As we address space heating emissions, heating water will become a larger proportion of domestic carbon emissions.
A 50-80% reduction in natural summer river flows is predicted for Wales by the 2050s. We face further pressure with 200,000 new homes by 2025 and 80% of existing less-efficient homes remaining by 2050. The carbon emission mitigation potential of combined water and energy efficiency can enable adaptation responses through cost effective delivery of water efficiency using existing energy programmes and the devolved building regulations.
Aaron Burton, Water Resources Advisor, Environment Agency Wales
- Why water and energy efficiency?
- Integrating policy and programmes
- Progress to date and current behaviour change programmes
- Future opportunities
Andrew Tucker, Water Strategy Manager, Energy Saving Trust
- Improving water efficiency within the building regulations.
- Lessons learned from the devolved building regulations for Scotland.
- Case-studies and modelling for changes in Wales.
It is our intention to hold a similar event in North Wales (or a live Webinar); details will be added to the CEW Website and Newsletter once confirmed.
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