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Hughes M, Pope P, Palmer J, Armitage P.
(
2016
), UK Housing Stock Models Using SAP: The Case for Heating Regime Change,
Science Journal of Energy Engineering, Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2016, 12-22
Summerfield AJ, Oreszczyn T, Palmer J, Hamilton IG, Lowe RJ.
(
2015
), Comparison of empirical and modelled energy performance across age-bands of three-bedroom dwellings in the UK.,
Energy and Buildings. 25 September 2015, ISSN 0378-7788
Dunbabin P, Palmer J, Terry N
(
2015
), Electricity use by Domestic Appliances in English Households,
Proceedings of the European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Summer School. 1-6 June 2015, Toulon, France
Palmer J, Macmillan S.
(
2015
), Secondary effects of better resource efficiency in healthcare: What does better energy efficiency and waste management in healthcare buildings mean for staff and patients?,
Stirling: Resource Efficient Scotland/Zero Waste Scotland.
Palmer J, Terry N, Foulds C, Godoy-Shimizu D, Armitage P, Clack N
(
2015
), Warm and Green: Achieving affordable, low carbon energy while reducing impacts on the countryside,
London: CPRE
Firth, S., Palmer, J.
(
2014
), The Potential for Smart Meters in a National Household Energy Survey,
London: DECC
Godoy-Shimizu D, Palmer J, Terry N
(
2014
), What can we learn from the Household Electricity Survey?,
Buildings 4(4), 737-761
Hughes, M., Palmer, J., Cheng, V., Shipworth, D.
(
2014
), ‘Global sensitivity analysis of England’s housing energy model’,
Building Research and Information, published online 24 June 2014.
Palmer J, Terry N
(
2014
), Powering the Nation 2: Electricity use in homes, and how to reduce it,
London: DECC
Palmer, J., et al
(
2014
), Electrical Appliances at Home: Tuning in to energy saving,
London: DECC/DEFRA
Palmer, J., Terry, N., Kane, T.
(
2014
), Further Analysis of the Household Electricity Use Survey: Early findings - demand side management,
London: DECC/DEFRA
Terry N, Palmer J
(
2014
), Trends in Home Computing and Energy Demand,
Building Research and Information
Hughes, M., Palmer, J., Cheng, V., Shipworth, D.
(
2013
), 'Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of England's housing energy model',
Building Research and Information, vol. 41, No. 2, 156-167.
Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
(
2013
), UK Housing Energy Fact File,
London: DECC
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PDF icon UK Housing Fact File 2013_2.pdf2.15 MB
Palmer, J., Cooper, I., Hughes, M.
(
2013
), Openness in household energy use: The new Housing Energy Fact File,
Part 1, Chapter 3, in Retrofitting the Built Environment, W. Swan and P. Brown (eds.) Wiley, Blackwell.
Tillson A., Oreszczyn T., Palmer J.
(
2013
), Assessing impacts of summertime overheating: some adaptation strategies.,
Building Research and Information 41(6) 652-661
Cooper, I., Palmer, J.
(
2012
), 'Insulation and thermal storage materials',
Expert Panel Meeting, 13 February 2012, London: DCLG.
Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
(
2012
), The United Kingdom’s Housing Energy Fact File,
London: DECC.
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PDF icon Housing Energy Fact File 2012.pdf4.11 MB
Palmer, J., Terry, N., Pope, P.
(
2012
), 'How much energy could be saved by changing everyday household behaviours?',
London: DECC
Terry, N., Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
(
2012
), DCLG State-of-the-Art Review, 'Insulation and thermal storage materials',
London: DCLG.
Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
(
2011
), Great Britain’s Housing Energy Fact File,
London: DECC.
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PDF icon Housing Energy Fact File 2011.pdf1.18 MB
Palmer, J.
(
2010
), 'DEMScot 2',
Scotland’s Housing Carbon Model – The extensions, Cambridge: Cambridge Architectural Research (describing CAR’s second major research project for the Scottish Government).
Palmer, J. et al
(
2010
), 'Making existing healthcare buildings sustainable',
London: Sustainable Healthcare Learning Network.
Palmer, J. et al
(
2009
), 'Modelling greenhouse gas emissions and energy use in Scottish homes',
DEMScot final report, Cambridge: Cambridge Architectural Research.
Palmer, J.
(
2007
), 'Power Politics',
Carbon emissions in the Scottish Parliament, Building Services Journal, 29(1).
Palmer, J.
(
2007
), 'Zero carbon homes' ,
Chemistry and Industry, February 2007.
Palmer, J.
(
2007
), 'Photovoltaics in buildings: Zicer Building',
UEA, London: DTI.
Palmer, J.
(
2007
), 'Swaffham surgery case study'.
Palmer, J.
(
2007
), 'Managing sustainability during design and construction'.
Palmer, J.
(
2006
), 'Full marks for effort',
Sustainability of Kingsmead School, Building Services Journal, 28(6).
Palmer, J.
(
2006
), 'Did this sink or swim?',
Sustainability of Oxstalls Campus, Building Services Journal, 28(1).
Palmer, J.
(
2006
), Lewisham hospital case study.
Palmer, J.
(
2006
), 'Developing a vision for a sustainable healthcare building'.
Palmer, J.
(
2006
), 'Photovoltaics in Buildings: OpTIC Centre',
London: DTI.
Palmer, J. et al
(
2006
), Sustainable Design of Schools: Case Studies,
London: Department for Education and Skills.
Palmer, J.
(
2005
), Low Carbon Design Initiative (Northern Ireland): 'Impact assessment of LCDI events held in 2004',
consultancy report to the Carbon Trust.
Palmer, J.
(
2004
), 'University Challenge',
Carbon emissions in the William Gates Building, HAC Magazine, March/April 2004.
Palmer, J.
(
2004
), 'Reach for the Sun',
HAC, Sept-Oct 2004.
Palmer, J.
(
2004
), 'University Challenge',
Microsoft’s low energy building, HAC, March-April 2004.
Palmer, J.
(
2003
), 'Arup Campus' ,
Low energy building by Arup & Partners, HAC, Sept-Oct 2003.
Palmer, J. et al
(
2003
), 'Refurbish or replace?' ,
Consultancy report for the Energy Savings Trust, Cambridge: CAR.
Palmer, J.
(
2000
), 'Climate Change – the Latest Analysis',
Building Services Journal 22(2).
Palmer, J.
(
2000
), 'Beat the Drum' ,
Energy analysis of the National Energy Centre, Building Services Journal 22(2).
Palmer, J.
(
2000
), 'Beam Me Up' ,
Energy analysis of a call centre with chilled beams, Building Services Journal 22(4).
Palmer, J.
(
1999
), 'Trickle Treat' ,
High quality, low energy offices for Barclays using trickle ventilation, Building Services Journal 21(12).
Palmer, J.
(
1999
), 'What do you think of Part L?' ,
The new energy efficiency part of the Building Regulations, Building Services Journal 21 (3).
Palmer, J.
(
1999
), 'Sustainable for a Year?' ,
Examination of the sustainability credentials of the Millennium Dome, Building Services Journal 21 (4).
Palmer, J.
(
1999
), 'Cold-blooded Predictions' ,
What’s the future for environmentally-benign refrigerants?, Building Services Journal 21 (7).
Palmer, J.
(
1999
), 'Under Pressure' ,
Ove Arup’s wind-assisted services for Nottingham University, Building Services Journal 21(8).
Palmer, J.
(
1999
), 'Renewing the debate' ,
Mapping out the options for renewable energy in the UK, Building Services Journal 21(9).
Palmer, J.
(
1998
), 'Will SMEs grasp the nettle of environmental accounting?' ,
The Economics of Environmental Improvement, Social and Environmental Accounting, 18 (2) pp. 5-10.
Palmer, J., Andrews L.
(
1998
), 'Team-work to Green SMEs',
Team Performance Management 3 (3) pp.193-205.
Palmer, J., France, C.
(
1998
), 'Informing smaller organisations about environmental management',
An assessment of central government schemes, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 41 (3) pp. 355-374.
Andrews, L., Palmer, J.
(
1997
), 'Squeezing Strategy into an SME',
Eco-Management & Auditing 4 (1) pp. 15-21.
Palmer, J., van der Vorst R.
(
1997
), 'New Recipe Green Reporting for SMEs',
Eco-Management & Auditing 4 (2) pp. 1-11.
Palmer, J., van der Vorst, R.
(
1997
), 'Environmental Reporting for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises',
Environmental Auditing and Accounting Reporter 2 (9) pp. 5-7.
Palmer, J., van der Vorst, R.
(
1996
), 'Are “Standard” Systems Right for SMEs?',
Eco-Management & Auditing, 3 (2) pp. 91-96.
Platt, S.
(
1996
), The facilities manager’s energy primer
Platt, S.
(
1994
), An essential energy efficiency guide to the home
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