|Title||Labour and Low Energy Buildings: the energy performance gap as Social Practice|
Buildings are responsible for approximately 30% of EU end-use emissions (Bettgenhäuser , et al, 2009) and are at the forefront of efforts to meet emissions targets arising from their design, construction and operation. For the first time in its history, construction industry outputs must meet specific energy targets if planned reductions in greenhouse gas emissions are to be achieved through nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB) (EC, 2010) supported by on-site renewable heat and power.
|Keywords||Nearly zero energy buildings, social practice, sayings and doings, practical understandings, practical intelligibility, teleoaffectivity, general understandings|
|Conference||34th International Labour Process Conference|
|Accepted author manuscript||Gleeson_CP_Low energy construction as social practice_final.pdf|
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||http://www.ilpc.org.uk/|