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Energy & Carbon according to Part L

A common misunderstanding with building design is that all energy loads are accounted for in the calculations undertaken in Building Regulations Part L Conservation of Fuel and Power compliance checks. This is not the case. Part L [SBEM] simply calculates the carbon emissions (Part L determines CO2 emissions according to the energy type) for a building's regulated [energy] load for set conditions.



Regulated Energy

Regulated Loads - As 'regulated' by Part L. These are HVAC or fixed building services loads, to include fixed lighting. Includes all non-process energy loads:


  • Space Heating
  • Cooling

Non-regulated Energy

Non-regulated Loads - Those 'unregulated' by Part L, although covered by Code Level 6 dwellings. Sometimes non-regulated energy is referred to as 'plug load' or [portable] equipment load. Non-regulated includes all process energy loads:

  • Domestic appliances (TV, refrigerator, etc.)
  • Catering

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Bore Hole Pipework Distribution. This article covers the spacing that boreholes should be placed apart and away from other structures. It also covers the rules for distribution pipe (thermal collector pipe) between the building and the boreholes in a horizontal trench.

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Bore Hole Pipework Distribution. This article covers the spacing that boreholes should be placed apart and away from other structures. It also covers the rules for distribution pipe (thermal collector pipe) between the building and the boreholes in a horizontal trench.

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Regulated Energy - last updated 1st September, 2017 by Corny


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