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Trajectory for Low Energy Buildings Report Submission

Published 16th Dec 19 - by ashleyking

In October of this year the School attended industry forums and made a submission on the draft homes and commercial building’s Trajectory for Low Energy Buildings reports. The submission was successful with supply chain training included as part of the solution. We look forward to working with government and private, non-government organisations to enable policies focused on supply chain development, education and training. Two key enabling mechanisms the School included in its submission are: 

Residential buildings: Item 2 

“Supply chain development: Industry training should be delivered, which improves the knowledge and skills of building professionals and trades, by explaining ‘what’ elemental and systematic changes can improve energy performance, ‘why’ these changes should be made and ‘how’ these changes can be made. This will ensure all those involved in the process have the ability to implement energy efficiency improvements and should enable consumers’ greater access to energy saving products” 

Commercial buildings: Item 2 

“Supply chain development: Skills and training should be delivered for industry that explains ‘what’ elemental and systematic changes can improve energy performance, ‘why’ businesses should make these changes and ‘how’ these changes can be made. This will ensure all those involved in the process have the ability to implement energy efficiency improvements.” 

Download the full submission.