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Achieving affordable low carbon housing in practice including both new build and retrofit

Professor Jo Patterson will talk about her experiences in achieving affordable low carbon housing including both new build and retrofit housing - involving the design and construction of an affordable energy positive new build home that has been replicated by social housing companies in Wales.

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Achieving affordable low carbon housing in practice including both new build and retrofit

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17 Jun, 12:00 – 13:00 BST

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Professor Jo Patterson is based at the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University where she leads the Energy, Environment and People Research and Scholarship Group. As a member of the Management and Scientific Committees in the Low Carbon Research Institute Convergence Energy Programme Joanne worked with a broad range of industry to deliver new knowledge and technologies to provide both business opportunities and help Wales deliver on its low carbon agenda. She is currently leading research on the SPECIFIC Low Carbon Built Environment demonstration project implementing replicable, appropriate and affordable low carbon technologies into the built environment. She was Co-I and responsible for End User Engagement and Dissemination in the EU COST ACTION Smart Energy Regions project, which involved 28 European Countries. As lead of the knowledge management, engagement and dissemination team for EnergyREV which involves 22 UK Universities Jo is enabling coordinated and effective engagement between consortium members and with a broad range of stakeholders to successfully disseminate knowledge to help deliver EnergyREV and PFER programme.

Jo will talk about her experiences of 'Achieving affordable low carbon housing in practice including both new build and retrofit' - this has involved the design and construction of an affordable energy positive new build home that has been replicated by social housing companies in Wales and the whole house retrofit of more than 30 homes to provide evidence of the benefits of an improved housing stock in the drive towards a net zero future.

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