Tohn Environmental Strategies (TES)

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This paper reviews and summarises research studies of residential energy efficiency (EE) and related ventilation upgrades, discusses ways that programmes monetise occupant health co-benefits, highlights innovative programmes that combine EE and health-focused home repairs and identifies where research gaps exist, and/or where research can be improved and leveraged.   Key study findings include:  
Post date: 13 gru 2016
Type: Publication