Energy savings figures: scientific fact or made-up nonsense? We will hear from Grant Henshaw on the way that energy savings measures are quantified in a unique set of labs at the University of Salford. The Energy House facilities allow scientists to recreate climates from across the globe, including temperatures from -20 to +40 degrees Celsius, with rain, wind, solar gain and even snow. So, join us to find out what works and what doesn’t.
Grant Henshaw is a researcher in Building Physics, assisting in the day-to-day running of experiments at the Salford Energy House test facility, consisting of both academic and commercial testing of building fabric and heating system performance as well as novel measurement techniques. His main focus is investigating energy performance and heat transfer in buildings through in-situ measurement to monitor and improve energy efficiency and sustainability both in laboratory and in the field.
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