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Dr Jose Hernandez

Director - Sustainability and Energy at Pick Everard

Leicester, United Kingdom

About Me

Expanding on the services we provide in the energy efficiency and carbon reduction areas (Energy surveys and energy audits, Retained Energy Manager, Monitoring and targeting, CRC, Building Logbooks, Carbon footprinting, Carbon Disclosure Project, Investment grade audits, ISO 50001, Smart metering, Staff training, Procurement of energy supplies, Thermal Imaging, Demand Response (STOR), Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). 

• Low Carbon Consultant and Low Carbon Energy Assessor, Building Regulations Part L, overheating assessments and Energy Performance Certificates.

• Leicester City Council Expert’s Reference Group on Sustainability and Climate Change

• Technical Advisory Panel of the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development at De Montfort University

• First secretary of the CIBSE Society of Façade Engineering

• BREEAM assessor for Education and Higher Education buildings, Offices, Prisons, Multi-residential and Other Buildings and a registered BREEAM Accredited Professional

• Assisted BRE in development of BREEAM Data Centres, including first certified data centre (BREEAM Excellent) and receiving BREEAM Awards in 2011 and 2012 at Ecobuild.

• Head of of Pick Everard’s Sustainability Group• Renewable Energy feasibility assessments including Whole Life Cost analysis to determine payback periods, net present values and benefit-cost ratios, and advice or renewable energy grants, FITs and RHI

• Technical leader of an R&D project on programmes to improve the sustainable design of buildings supported by the Technology Strategy Board

• Interest in Post-Occupancy Evaluation of energy performance of buildings

• Knowledge of published benchmark data on energy performance of buildings and on-going research programmes on the area

• Presented at regional, national and international technical conferences

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Sustainable Cities Leadership

Good report signposting what cities should be doing next and how.

“How can policy-makers and the private sector work in partnership to deliver environmentally sustainable places to live and work, which...…

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