This Guide is designed to assist those managing community buildings in making decisions that will support energy efficiency leading to reduced bills and a warmer, more welcoming, building.
Each chapter covers a different energy use topic and includes an assessment check and options to consider in changes to systems, controls and management. The final section deals with user interaction and how to raise the awareness of building users of good energy efficiency practice. The information in the guide is based on knowledge gained from auditing over 120 community buildings ranging from village halls to sports pavilions and churches. It is written by EiE based at Oxford Brookes University www.brookes.ac.uk/eieManage energy use in your community building,