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4: Provide a Database of Renewable Energy projects

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Passivhaus: The most energy efficient buildings in the World
ONLINE EVENT: 26th May 2021 / CIREG.

Raphael is a highly qualified Passivhaus designer with Herz & Lang Engineering.

Held at 20:00 - 21:00 Online

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Discussion on the most efficient buildings in the world:

Although the Channel Islands has de-carbonised its electrical power supply systems, it has not managed to transition to low carbon heating for all its housing stock. In the Channel Islands many properties are still heated with oil. Retrofitting our private sector higgledy-piggledy homes is so expensive that it will take a lot of effort and design changes to decarbonise. Also our old Victorian hospital in Jersey and many other Channel Island public buildings fall into this category.

Read More. Raphiel Vibert.
Renewable Energy in Germany
EVENT: 5th July 2018 / CIREG.

Cristophe Opfermann, Consultant - Capital Markets, BNP Paribas, Jersey.

Held at 6:00pm: The United Club, 3 Church Street, St. Helier, JE2 3NN

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Renewable Energy in Germany:

Germany has been called the “The World’s First Major Renewable Energy Economy”. With more than 23,000 Wind Turbines, and 1.4 million Solar PV systems and employing more than 370,000 people in the renewable energy arena, it is not surprising that Germany leads the world.

Book a seat. Cristophe Opfermann.
Are Our Buildings Energy Efficient?
EVENT: 21st February 2018 / CIREG.

Mr. Ian Byrne, Deputy Chief Executive of the National Energy Foundation will be speaking on international energy efficiency here in Jersey.

Lecture 19:30 onward: Admission £5.00. Venue: St. Pauls Centre. Dumaresq Street., St. Helier, Jersey.

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Ian Byrnes comes from the National Energy Foundation In the UK & will be giving his assessment on all things to do with Energy Conservation. He has the following to say about building design:-

"Mind The Gap:

Why is there so often a performance gap between the architect's intentions and post-occupancy energy consumption?

New buildings are often hyped up as being amazingly environment friendly, but rarely seem to perform as well in practice.

How much of this is due to clients being dazzled by 'eco-bling', added to give a green veneer to a distinctly average building, and how much is it due to builders and occupants getting it wrong?

Ian Byrne, of the National Energy Foundation, will look at some of the reasons why this performance gap persists, and how informed clients and occupants can help ensure that buildings deliver what is expected of them."

Book a seat. Ian Byrne Bio.
Carbon Accounting ‐ Opportunity or nightmare?
EVENT: 21st February 2018 / BPP.

Ian Byrne is a Chartered Accountant(FCA)and a Chartered Environmentalist.He started his career with Deloitte Haskins & Sells,London,then went on to work for RBC and later Chemical Bank and Maruman Securities. In 1990 he moved to the non profit sector in order to follow his environmental convictions which includes a part time PhD. For the last 25 years he has worked for the National Energy Foundation in Milton Keynes and has been responsible for bringing out regulation on all matters concerning energy conservation.

To book or request further information please call 711800 or email jerseyenquiries@bpp.com

Lecture 16:30 - 18:30: Admission £20.00. Venue: BPP, Whiteley Chambers, 39 Don Street, St. Helier

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Hydrogen: The fuel for our vehicles future?
EVENT: Completed / CIREG

Speaker: Charles Purkess, Business Development Manger, ITM Power PLC.

Speaker: Dr.Paul Shearing , Reader in Chemical Engineering, University College London..

Venue: Thursday 18th January 2018. Meal 18.30 : £20.00, Lecture 20.00 BST : Free, Location: Pomme D'Or Hotel. Organised by By the Channel Island Renewable Energy Group.

Speaker Bio's
Hydrogen fuels vehicles in Japan
News / by DRT

There are great technical challenges that lay ahead before we will see hydrogen fuelled cars driving on our roads.

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The CO OP, a Working Photovoltaic Installation. Measurable!
News / by DRT.

The CI CO-OP has installed some south facing panels on the roof of their Grouville Store. With the help from the CI CO-OP and from Mark Brandon of 'Solar-Works' CIREG enclose the power output results of this installation of 60 (number) 270 pw (power) photovoltaic panels, each measuring approximation 1.5 square metres over the period of 2016.

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Using a Wind Turbine
News / DRT

Spotted at Beauvoir, La Rue du Clos Fallu, St. Martin. JE3 6AA. The owners were kind enough to give statistics over the year.

Balmerino House Solar
News / by DRT

Another Solar energy installation this one at Balmerino House, La Rue Du Clos Fallu, Trinity. JE3 5BG.

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