John Hyde

Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineer with over twelve years’ experience in the UK, USA & European Low Carbon Technology industries. Based in London, John works with consultants from early feasibility stages to investigate variables which influence CHP design. Endeavouring to increase awareness of the economic implications and best practice design of CHP through presentations of CPD seminars.

Recent Posts

How building consultants can complete an end-to-end Combined Heat and Power (CHP) economic feasibility study

Posted by John Hyde on 07-Feb-2017 11:00:00

Completion of an end-to-end CHP economic feasibility study requires gathering a number of important chunks of information. This is how you do it.

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Topics: CHP / Cogeneration

CHP Design and Specification: What Building Consultants Need to Know about a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) System

Posted by John Hyde on 18-Oct-2016 11:00:00

A practical, how-to guide covering the main aspects of cogeneration systems that a you need to understand when specifying small-scale CHP.

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Topics: Energy Management, CHP / Cogeneration, Consultants

How Building Information Modeling (BIM) Can Improve Future Energy Consumption

Posted by John Hyde on 28-Jun-2016 14:37:41

What are the benefits of using BIM to improve building performance and create a sustainable, energy efficient development fit for the 21st century?

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Topics: Energy Consumption, Building Design

Hard Measures, Soft Landings: The New Regulatory Environment for Building Emissions

Posted by John Hyde on 05-Apr-2016 10:25:28

Why do we need to control building emissions and what targets have been set to reduce them? Government regulation is changing the way building developers must think about low carbon incentives.

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Topics: Energy Consumption, Building Design

The Energy Consultant's Guide to a Green Energy Brief

Posted by John Hyde on 17-Mar-2015 11:30:00

A practical overview of how Combined Heat and Power technology can be specified to meet a green brief.

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Topics: CHP / Cogeneration, Consultants