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Renewable Energy
JMP's two Energy Centres for the 2012 London Olympic Park site are technically advanced, low-carbon and environmentally considerate, signalling an efficient, transparent approach to energy generation.  The buildings utilise material with low embodied energy and high recycle content.  The SIPS substrate panels are constructed from OSB made from recycled timber while the Corten steel panelling is a self-weathering, low maintenance material.
John McAslan + Partners design for Oasis Academy, a specialist school on a former industrial site in Enfield, incorporates a number of design features to reduce the carbon footprint of the school and generate renewable energy, including roof-mounted photovoltaic panels and solar thermal panels, heating plant configured to allow future connection to a Combined Heat and Power Plant (CHP), orientation to reduce solar gain, heat pumps and light tint solar control glass.
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