About the author patrick waterfield is an independent energy consultant living and workingmainly in northern ireland from a background of academic research specializing in passive solar design he ran a uk government funded consultancy service promoting best practice in energy efficient design of buildings and services. Reducing energy consumption and costs is an issue of ever increasing importance and european and national legislation aimed at reducing carbon emissions is tightening up minimum energy standards for new buildings as well as those being extended or renovated. The energy efficient home a complete guide item 75976 this non technical book fully revised and updated to take account of recent legislation and developments in energy efficient products and techniques is packed full of useful information and tips and is essential reading for anyone who is interested in green issues who cares about . The age of cheap energy is over and energy costs will increase relentlessly in the future as demand outstrips supply moreover taxation on fuels will increase to encourage energy efficiency in line with international commitments to reduce environmental emissions and the impact of global warming. The age of cheap energy is over and energy costs will increase relentlessly in the future as demand outstrips supply energy saving measures in the home will therefore become ever more cost effective throughout lifetimes this non technical book is packed full of useful information and tips it
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