This series of bi-weekly webinars is intended to bring you up to speed with what nZEB means for the non- residential sector. Sign up for a single webinar on a particular topic or for the full series. Find out all you need to know without leaving your desk and ask questions of the experts wherever you are.
Session 1 – Introduction to nZEB for Commercial – Thursday 11 October | 1pm – 2pm
Presenters: Orla Coyle, SEAI and Sean Armstrong, Building standards, Department of Housing.
This webinar looks at the requirements within the new Part L – Buildings other than dwellings. What are the transition dates? What is changing in terms of backstops and additional calculations. How is compliance measured in SBEM. What is changing in the compliance software – SBEM. What should designers be aware of?
This webinar can now be downloaded here.
Session 2 – Fabric Efficiency, Thermal Bridging in nZEB – Thursday 25 October | 1pm – 2pm
Presenter: Andy Lundberg, Passivate.
In this webinar we look at the implications of the improved backstops for non-residential buildings. How can we avoid thermal bridging in typical commercial or non-residential development such as in basements, facades and other typical junctions etc.
Session 3- Designing for Efficiency – Thursday 15 November | 1pm – 2pm
Presenter: – Chris Croly – BDP
Efficient services/ Ventilation approaches for offices. For the commercial sector, the efficiency of the services will play a key role in achieving the nZEB standard. By minimising the energy use from first principles we reduce the final requirement for renewables. How does the concept design for solar shading, lighting, ventilation and cooling play a part?
Session 4- Meeting the Renewables Energy Ratio (RER) – Thursday 29 November | 1pm – 2pm
Presenter: Edith Blennerhassett, Arup and Luis Gay-Tarazona Arup
How can we meet the requirements of the Renewable Energy Ratio (RER) for non-residential projects? What are the different options to suit different circumstances and locations.
We also have a series of webinars for the residential sector on alternate weeks – nZEB for Residential. For more information on these webinars see here.
Bookings are closed for this event.