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BCIA Vice-President helps launch report on technology-agnostic approach to decarbonising buildings

Stacey Lucas – Vice-President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) – was an industry panel guest at the recent parliamentary launch of a new report advocating for a technology-agnostic approach to the decarbonisation of heat and buildings. The report by the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA), titled “Policy Barriers and Solutions for a Technology-Agnostic Approach […]

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BCIA releases new Technical Guide addressing Embodied Carbon

The BCIA’s Technical Working Group has produced a new Technical Guide to add to its online portfolio of Guides available to download. The new Guide is titled “Building Energy Management System (BEMS) Design and Embodied Carbon” and highlights how embodied carbon can be reduced in BEMS systems. Embodied carbon is the equivalent carbon dioxide (CO2) […]

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How to qualify for an Advanced Technical Certificate by completing the BCIA’s courses BCM04-BCM06

The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) is encouraging trades personnel looking to build on their existing knowledge gained from the BCM01-03 training courses to maximise their career potential with three further courses that will qualify them for an Advanced Technical Certificate. The electrotechnical industry is a competitive environment and the BCIA believes that possessing detailed […]

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BCIA celebrates 30th anniversary

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA), which has grown from 11 members in its earliest days to around 120 members, accounting for 80% of the UK’s building controls market. Originally launched as the Building Controls Group (BCG) by Secretary of State for Energy John Wakeham in 1991, the […]

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