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The potential impact of policy and legislation on the energy demands of UK buildings and implications for the electrical network

Clarke, Joseph Andrew and Hong, Jun and Johnstone, Cameron and Kim, Jae Min and Tuohy, Paul Gerard (2011) The potential impact of policy and legislation on the energy demands of UK buildings and implications for the electrical network. In: The Future of Electricity Demand. Supergen Flexnet Book, Part IV P . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 978-1-107-00850-2

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Abstract

Chapter describes the potential impact of policy and legislation on the energy demands of UK buildings and implications for the electrical network.