Jason Palmer

Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd

Dr Jason Palmer has worked for 15 years carrying out research, writing and providing consultancy services about energy use, energy efficiency and carbon emissions from buildings. He is a director of Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd. He specialises in modelling, monitoring and analysing energy use and CO2 emissions. He has managed 20 projects for government agencies, including one on household energy use worth £1.2m for the UK Government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).  

Jason coordinated a major project for the Scottish Government to model and forecast CO2 emissions from housing through to 2050. This project resulted in a new energy and CO2 model, DEMScot, which represented a major step forward in any existing housing energy model.

Jason subsequently coordinated a larger research project for the Department of Energy and Climate Change. This included building DECC’s housing energy model, the Cambridge Housing Model, writing Great Britain’s Housing Energy Fact File in 2011, and the UK Housing Energy Fact File in 2012 and 2014, and preparing domestic energy data for National Statistics. He coordinated CAR’s work for DECC analysing the Housing Electricity Survey from December 2012 to July 2014.

Jason also worked on Innovate UK’s £8m Building Performance Evaluation programme from the start. He is currently managing four research projects for BEIS, including a two-year project measuring heat loss from party walls in 100 homes. He is also a Referee for the journals Building Research and Information and Energy and Building.

Jason Palmer will be speaking at:

TH4 The importance of Facility Management and Human Resources in wellbeing

21/11/2017 16:20 - 16:45

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