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As a major manufacturer of some of the pivotal technologies we hold the UKs energy challenges close to our heart. We want to help the nation achieve its climate goals; we want to help individuals and businesses reduce the energy consumption of their buildings whilst helping to reduce their running costs. Mitsubishi Electric is a world-leading supplier of energy efficient air conditioning equipment that will cool heat ventilate and control your buildings. From individual systems through to advanced internet-enabled controls we have the right solutions for you that really can make a world of difference.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • The Impact Of Control Strategies On Building Energy Performance Using BS EN 15232

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This seminar demonstrates the standard details and methods used to evaluate the influence of building automation and technical building management on the energy consumption of buildings. The use of energy in our buildings is under scrutiny as never before and legislation is now being used to promote the use of energy efficient technologies. In Europe, en 15232* is the standard that has been compiled in conjunction with the implementation of the directive for energy efficiency in buildings (energy performance of buildings directive – epbd) 2002/91/eg

  • The Impact Of Control Strategies On Building Energy Performance Using BS EN 15232

    Literature | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This seminar demonstrates the standard details and methods used to evaluate the influence of building automation and technical building management on the energy consumption of buildings. The use of energy in our buildings is under scrutiny as never before and legislation is now being used to promote the use of energy efficient technologies. In Europe, en 15232* is the standard that has been compiled in conjunction with the implementation of the directive for energy efficiency in buildings (energy performance of buildings directive – epbd) 2002/91/eg

  • Open Loop Water Source Heat Pump Systems

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    In august 2014, the government department for energy and climate change (DECC) introduced a water source heat map of England. Therefore this guide and presentation will highlight how these water sources can transfer energy into heat.

  • Air Conditioning and the Environment

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This seminar covers the basic principles of air-conditioning and explains how a modern air-conditioning system works, how it solves the problems of the past and how it complies and satisfies the latest regulations.

  • Air Source Heat Pumps

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Low Carbon Heating for the UK. Continuing to burn fossil fuels directly for domestic heating is not sustainable. Seminar discusses UK heating and emissions, drivers & policy, air source heat pumps and the alternative heating technologies available. Covers performance, installation and funding options.

  • BREEAM update

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Seminar and accompanying guide gives an update on BREEAM, the scheme for the assessment and certification of sustainable buildings. The scheme has now been broadened to cover all types of areas.

  • Building Information Modelling (BIM)

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This one hour seminar covers the requirement of BIM on all government construction projects from 2016 – already adopted by leading contractors on private sector work. This explanation of the background, mechanics and potential impact of BIM is valuable as all contractors will be affected by this requirement.

  • Carbon Emissions in the Air Conditioning Industry

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Seminar covers technological trends and legislative and market forces and discusses benefits of new mixed mode systems that combine natural ventilation and air conditioning and the greater use of heat pump technology for space and hot water heating, particularly when linked to ground source cooling/heating.

  • Carbon Reduction Legislation

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Legislation on carbon reduction, mitigation of climate change and use of renewable energy sources is having a huge influence on most business sectors. Not least construction and building services engineers. The UK is not alone in its growing concern about the impact of domestic and commercial buildings on the environment. The legislation which is being implemented here has its source in worldwide agreements, in some cases in international treaties which were signed over a decade ago. In this Guide we will be looking at some of the key drivers behind UK legislation, and how these are being implemented in this country.

  • Energy Efficient Technologies

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    While Global Warming Potential (GWP) provides a standard single number for assessing a refrigerant’s impact on the environment, it does not tell the whole story. Unfortunately, GWP is currently being used by environmental lobbying groups, Government and opposition parties to justify moves to ban HFC refrigerants completely. There are numerous technologies available today which can help building owners and managers provide comfortable and productive indoor environments while taking a low-energy approach. Products which combine heating and cooling, or hot water production with air conditioning can be used to ensure that energy waste is minimised.

  • Controls & Monitoring

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    The changing face of construction in the 21st century demands that designers, specifiers and suppliers work as teams to create better buildings for their occupants and the environment. This seminar is designed to enhance knowledge and awareness of the key issues facing industry today relating to the use of building controls and their effect on efficiency levels in various applications.

  • Commercial Heating

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    In the commercial sector, 55% of energy used in buildings is for heating, according to the Department for Energy & Climate Change (DECC). Many legislative drivers are forcing building operators and owners to find new ways to reduce their energy consumption, so finding energy efficient heating technologies is an important issue. There are also strong arguments for reducing our use of primary fuels by switching to more energy efficient and renewable sources of heat for commercial buildings. Finding energy efficient and renewable solutions for heating commercial buildings can be a challenge – heat pumps offer a new approach to heating commercial buildings, based on well-established and reliable technology which offers the added benefit of being officially recognised as ‘renewable’.

  • Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    The seminar looks at what the Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme is, its history and qualifying technologies. Other points covered include ECA criteria, claiming ECA’s and a frequently asked question and answer section plus useful websites and other points of further reference. AIM – to provide a better understanding of the ECA Scheme and how to claim ECA’s.

  • Ground Source Heat Pumps

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Ground source heat pumps are proving an increasingly popular sustainable choice for commercial buildings to deal with both heating and cooling requirements. One of the advantages of the system is that they are based on well-known and straightforward technologies. Ground source heat pumps can be applied to a variety of applications and while some preparation is required to ensure smooth and efficient operation, they can provide many years of reliable and energy efficient service.

  • Guide to Maintenance and Refrigeration Regulations

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Examines implications of European Fluorinated F Gas Regulation and Ozone Depleting Substances Regulations (ODS), identifying correct refrigerant applications, inspection and leak testing procedures and qualification requirements for staff.

  • Legislative Developments for Sustainable Building

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Seminar covers issues relating to climate change and the Kyoto protocol and action the UK is undertaking to tackle this subject. Also covered is the background to and the implementation of, the revised Part L and the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive.

  • Microgeneration - A Viable Option

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    As the cost of fossil fuels rise and with concerns over the effects of climate change increasing, Government is seeking alternative sources of power and heat for homes. Seminar outlines one area which is of particular importance to the UK Government – Microgeneration – which it regards as a major part of its drive to meet its carbon reduction targets, and to supply domestic energy in a reliable and sustainable way.

  • Part L Building Regulations - Update

    Seminar | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    Part L of the Building Regulations has proved one of the most influential pieces of legislation for the construction industry. The last update in 2006 introduced the European Directive on Energy Performance of Buildings (EPBD) into UK law, resulting in new targets on emissions rates from new buildings; a new form of calculation methodology for those emissions and principles such as consequential improvements and building log books. The main elements of Part L will not be changed in the 2010 version, however, there are some significant developments in how different types of building will be treated, and there is a strengthening of areas such as compliance to ensure that there is less of a gap between buildings as they are designed, and buildings as they are constructed and operated.

  • Ecodan - Design and Application Training Course

    Training Course | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This course is for heating/building services engineers who will specify Ecodan air source heat pumps for incorporation in new or retrofit applications.

  • Ecodan - Install and Commissioning Training Course

    Training Course | Mitsubishi Electric

    Mitsubishi Electric

    This course is for heating engineers, plumbers and electricians who will be involved in installing and commissioning Ecodan air source heat pumps

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