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Scottish Passive House: Insights into Environmental Conditions in Monitored Passive Houses

Foster, Janice, Sharpe, Tim, Poston, Anna, Morgan, Chris and Musau, Filbert (2016) Scottish Passive House: Insights into Environmental Conditions in Monitored Passive Houses. Sustainability, 8 (5). p. 412. ISSN 2071-1050

Building Performance Evaluation – A design approach for refurbishment of a small traditional building in Scotland

Foster, Janice A., Foster, Samuel A., Sharpe, Tim and Poston, Anna (2016) Building Performance Evaluation – A design approach for refurbishment of a small traditional building in Scotland. In: 2nd International Conference on Energy Efficiency and Comfort of Historic Buildings (EECHB 2016), 19 - 21 Oct 2016, Brussels, Belgium.

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Overheating in Scotland: contributing factors in occupied homes

Morgan, Chris, Foster, Janice, Poston, Anna and Sharpe, Tim (2016) Overheating in Scotland: contributing factors in occupied homes. Building Research & Information. ISSN 0961-3218

OVERHEATING IN SCOTLAND: LESSONS FROM 26 MONITORED LOW ENERGY HOMES

Morgan, Chris, Foster, Janice, Sharpe, Tim and Poston, Anna (2015) OVERHEATING IN SCOTLAND: LESSONS FROM 26 MONITORED LOW ENERGY HOMES. In: CISBAT 2015 International Conference "Future Buildings and Districts - Sustainability from Nano to Urban Scale"., 9- 11 September 2015, EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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MONITORED ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT HOUSING IN SCOTLAND – EFFECTS BY AND ON OCCUPANTS

Sharpe, Tim, Foster, Janice and Poston, Anna (2015) MONITORED ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT HOUSING IN SCOTLAND – EFFECTS BY AND ON OCCUPANTS. In: International Seminar on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development, 2015 (RESD2015)., 15-17 June 2015, Bhutan.

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