Resources

Research, reports, guides, maps, advice sheets, environmental research, company information and case studies from across all areas of our work to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions, fuel poverty and waste.

Warmer Colglen: Case Study 5 Non-traditional pre-cast concrete house (Dorran type)

Publications

Case study for community group Warmer Colglen illustrating how a Dorran type house has been made more energy efficient (2013).

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Warmer Colglen: Case Study 4 Modern timber frame house

Publications

Case study for community group Warmer Colglen illustrating how a modern timber frame house has been made more energy efficient (2013).

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Warmer Colglen: Case Study 3 Concrete frame building

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Case study for community group Warmer Colglen illustrating how a concrete frame building has been made more energy efficient (2013).

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Warmer Colglen: Case Study 2 'Non-traditional' Swedish timber house

Publications

Case study for community group Warmer Colglen illustrating how a typical non-traditional Swedish timber house has been made more energy efficient (2013).

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Warmer Colglen: Case Study 1 Traditional Stone House

Publications

Case study for community group Warmer Colglen illustrating how a typical stone house has been made more energy efficient (2013)

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Street By Street, House by House: Area-based Retrofit for Low Carbon Homes; Best Approaches for Scotland

Reports

Report from WWF Scotland conference on area based energy efficiency schemes (2010).

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21st Century Heating in Rural Homes: Social Landlords' and Tenants' Experience of Renewable Heat

Research

Researching exploring the experiences of social landlords and their tenants with renewable heat technologies (2012).

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Renewable Energy: Getting the Benefits Right for Social Housing - Summary

Research

Research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) on the experiences of social landlords with the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) and how the sector can benefits from renewable energy subsidies (2012).

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Renewable Energy: Getting the Benefits Right for Social Housing - full report

Research

Research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) on the experiences of social landlords with the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) and how the sector can benefits from renewable energy subsidies (2012).

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Historic Scotland Technical Paper 20: Slim Profile Double-glazing in Listed Buildings: Re Measuring the Thermal Performance

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A follow up to the Changeworks led pilot project Double Glazing in Listed Building, 2010 that remeasures and reports on the thermal performance of double glazing units installed (2013).

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