CIBSE publishes guidance on electrification of buildings for net zero

CIBSE publishes guidance on electrification of buildings for net zero

CIBSE has published new guidance on the electrification of buildings for net zero.

The document entitled "TM67 Electrification of buildings for net zero" is a first step guide which focuses on the drive to net zero carbon in the design and operation of building electrical services. There is an emphasis on raising the understanding and knowledge of all engineers involved in the design process.

Energy Network Service's Engineering Manager, Aaron Lee, is leading the designs which must align with the drive to low energy and net zero targets in line with the UK's Legal obligation to reach Net Zero by 2050. Aaron says:
"To ensure the construction industry meets its obligation, designs need to incorporate low carbon electricity supples and greater energisation of buildings, but this has significant implications for designs."

Energy Network Services is committed to enhanced training and best practices in the emergence of new technologies to fascilitate the safe design and effective operation of building electrical services that focus on achieving Net Zero targets. In our continuation of development and training, our design engineers will remain up to date, for example by keeping informed with papers such as these which highlight the guidance and research required.

If you would like to speak with someone regarding our electrical design solutions, please contact us.

If you would like more information, or to purchase your own copy of the TM67 Electricaication of buildings for net zero, click the link : TM67 from CIBSE