Case Study – Dwellings in London

AECB has released a report written by SuperHomer Andy Simmonds and David Olivier “Less is more – energy security after oil”. It features a case study where marginal costs of the main CO2 abatement measures are examined. These were analysed in late 2009 for some early 1970s cavity-walled London terraced and end-terraced houses.

LESS IS MORE owes a good deal to a series of three earlier reports which appeared after the 1970s’ first and second oil crises. These studies were in part government-funded:

LESS IS MORE  is written in the context of other recent studies of the UK‟s energy future, which include:

Read the whole case study starting at page 68.