Ben Smith, AECOM

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Case study: 'The JCB Academy'
Converting an historic building into a 21st century learning environment

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  • Higher, further, new and old. Lambeth and elliot.Boiler replacements: 39% - 49% when upgrading from the oldest coal and fuel oil burners.Heating controls: 1% and 28% when adding TRV’s (thermostatic radiator valves). Local heating zoning. Insulation: 10% and 25% can be achieved with improved insulation, especially in older schools. Lighting replacement/lighting controls - 1% and 28% . Often include the replacement of light fittings to accommodate fluorescent bulbs. Information & Communication Technology - The growth in demand for ICT is responsible for the majority of the increase in their electricity demand following refurbishment. Need for air conditioning. Conversion of redundant industrial building into an exemplar schemeNatural daylight – huge windows in MillWater turbine generating electricity for the Academy by day / feeding the National Grid by nightBiomass boilers supplied from the adjacent JCB estateThermal mass to aid coolingHeat recoveryRainwater harvesting for all toilet flushingSolar thermal collectors for hot waterPV’s
  • Lot of material unpublished.
  • 2,674,811 tonnes (2001 by floor area) and 3,094,679 tonnes (2003 by school numbers).
  • Notes to be added highlighting quick wins.Boiler replacements: 39% - 49% when upgrading from the oldest coal and fuel oil burners.Heating controls: 1% and 28% when adding TRV’s (thermostatic radiator valves). Local heating zoning. Insulation: 10% and 25% can be achieved with improved insulation, especially in older schools. Lighting replacement/lighting controls - 1% and 28% . Often include the replacement of light fittings to accommodate fluorescent bulbs. Information & Communication Technology - The growth in demand for ICT is responsible for the majority of the increase in their electricity demand following refurbishment. Need for air conditioning. Conversion of redundant industrial building into an exemplar schemeNatural daylight – huge windows in MillWater turbine generating electricity for the Academy by day / feeding the National Grid by nightBiomass boilers supplied from the adjacent JCB estateThermal mass to aid coolingHeat recoveryRainwater harvesting for all toilet flushingSolar thermal collectors for hot waterPV’s
  • PM team’s involvement on Langley Academy to promote pupils and teachers awareness of energy use in their school.
  • Energy consumption (particularly for heating) tends to fall following refurbishmentThe trend showing falling energy consumption is encouraging because energy efficiency was not necessarily a key driver in the refurbishment projects undertaken in this period. Making energy efficiency a priority during refurbishment should enable further CO2 savings to be delivered.
  • AECOM (then Faber Maunsell) were commissioned by DCSF (then DfES) to make the tool more UK specific by altering climatic data and cost assumptions. Costs given by the model for this study have been checked and adjusted to reflect 2009 costs by Rex Proctor QSSeparately, the energy / CO2 benefit and capital cost data of each of the individual energy efficiency measures (selected as part of the packages by the ECA model) has been recorded. The ECA contains ~280 measures – data was only recorded for those measures selected as a part of an improvement package. Often single improvement measures can achieve large energy savings with relatively low capital outlay. Identifying these ‘quick wins’ was a major project objective. Often it may not be practical to install the measure as part of a package.
  • Boiler replacements: 39% - 49% when upgrading from the oldest coal and fuel oil burners.Heating controls: 1% and 28% when adding TRV’s (thermostatic radiator valves). Local heating zoning. Insulation: 10% and 25% can be achieved with improved insulation, especially in older schools. Lighting replacement/lighting controls - 1% and 28% . Often include the replacement of light fittings to accommodate fluorescent bulbs. Information & Communication Technology - The growth in demand for ICT is responsible for the majority of the increase in their electricity demand following refurbishment. Need for air conditioning. Targetted.?
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  • Secondary New Build South Orientation, Ground Floor, Low Ceiling Height, High Glazing, IT Low – 2020, 2050 and 2080 UKCP02Sort text style
  • Boxes over the top?
  • Emma Gardner. Katie/Giorgia – teaching in school.
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