Publications
UK Housing Stock Models Using SAP: The Case for Heating Regime Change
Hughes M, Pope P, Palmer J, Armitage P.
Science Journal of Energy Engineering, Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2016, 12-22
2016
 
Comparison of empirical and modelled energy performance across age-bands of three-bedroom dwellings in the UK.
Summerfield AJ, Oreszczyn T, Palmer J, Hamilton IG, Lowe RJ.
Energy and Buildings. 25 September 2015, ISSN 0378-7788
2015
 
Electricity use by Domestic Appliances in English Households
Dunbabin P, Palmer J, Terry N
Proceedings of the European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Summer School. 1-6 June 2015, Toulon, France
2015
 
 
Secondary effects of better resource efficiency in healthcare: What does better energy efficiency and waste management in healthcare buildings mean for staff and patients?
Palmer J, Macmillan S.
Stirling: Resource Efficient Scotland/Zero Waste Scotland.
2015
 
Warm and Green: Achieving affordable, low carbon energy while reducing impacts on the countryside
Palmer J, Terry N, Foulds C, Godoy-Shimizu D, Armitage P, Clack N
London: CPRE
2015
 
The Potential for Smart Meters in a National Household Energy Survey
Firth, S., Palmer, J.
London: DECC
2014
 
What can we learn from the Household Electricity Survey?
Godoy-Shimizu D, Palmer J, Terry N
Buildings 4(4), 737-761
2014
 
 
‘Global sensitivity analysis of England’s housing energy model’
Hughes, M., Palmer, J., Cheng, V., Shipworth, D.
Building Research and Information, published online 24 June 2014.
2014
 
Powering the Nation 2: Electricity use in homes, and how to reduce it
Palmer J, Terry N
London: DECC
2014
 
Electrical Appliances at Home: Tuning in to energy saving
Palmer, J., et al
London: DECC/DEFRA
2014
 
Further Analysis of the Household Electricity Use Survey: Early findings – demand side management
Palmer, J., Terry, N., Kane, T.
London: DECC/DEFRA
2014
 
Trends in Home Computing and Energy Demand
Terry N, Palmer J
Building Research and Information
2014
 
 
‘Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of England’s housing energy model’
Hughes, M., Palmer, J., Cheng, V., Shipworth, D.
Building Research and Information, vol. 41, No. 2, 156-167.
2013
 
 
UK Housing Energy Fact File
Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
London: DECC
2013
 
Openness in household energy use: The new Housing Energy Fact File
Palmer, J., Cooper, I., Hughes, M.
Part 1, Chapter 3, in Retrofitting the Built Environment, W. Swan and P. Brown (eds.) Wiley, Blackwell.
2013
 
 
Assessing impacts of summertime overheating: some adaptation strategies.
Tillson A., Oreszczyn T., Palmer J.
Building Research and Information 41(6) 652-661
2013
 
 
‘Insulation and thermal storage materials’
Cooper, I., Palmer, J.
Expert Panel Meeting, 13 February 2012, London: DCLG.
2012
 
The United Kingdom’s Housing Energy Fact File
Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
London: DECC.
2012
 
‘How much energy could be saved by changing everyday household behaviours?’
Palmer, J., Terry, N., Pope, P.
London: DECC
2012
 
DCLG State-of-the-Art Review, ‘Insulation and thermal storage materials’
Terry, N., Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
London: DCLG.
2012
 
Great Britain’s Housing Energy Fact File
Palmer, J., Cooper, I.
London: DECC.
2011
 
‘DEMScot 2’
Palmer, J.
Scotland’s Housing Carbon Model – The extensions, Cambridge: Cambridge Architectural Research (describing CAR’s second major research project for the Scottish Government).
2010
 
 
‘Making existing healthcare buildings sustainable’
Palmer, J. et al
London: Sustainable Healthcare Learning Network.
2010
 
 
‘Modelling greenhouse gas emissions and energy use in Scottish homes’
Palmer, J. et al
DEMScot final report, Cambridge: Cambridge Architectural Research.
2009
 
‘Power Politics’
Palmer, J.
Carbon emissions in the Scottish Parliament, Building Services Journal, 29(1).
2007
 
‘Zero carbon homes’
Palmer, J.
Chemistry and Industry, February 2007.
2007
 
 
‘Photovoltaics in buildings: Zicer Building’
Palmer, J.
UEA, London: DTI.
2007
 
 
‘Swaffham surgery case study’.
Palmer, J.
2007
 
 
‘Managing sustainability during design and construction’.
Palmer, J.
2007
 
 
‘Photovoltaics in Buildings: OpTIC Centre’
Palmer, J.
London: DTI.
2006
 
 
‘Full marks for effort’
Palmer, J.
Sustainability of Kingsmead School, Building Services Journal, 28(6).
2006
 
 
‘Did this sink or swim?’
Palmer, J.
Sustainability of Oxstalls Campus, Building Services Journal, 28(1).
2006
 
 
Lewisham hospital case study.
Palmer, J.
2006
 
‘Developing a vision for a sustainable healthcare building’.
Palmer, J.
2006
 
 
Sustainable Design of Schools: Case Studies
Palmer, J. et al
London: Department for Education and Skills.
2006
 
 
Low Carbon Design Initiative (Northern Ireland): ‘Impact assessment of LCDI events held in 2004’
Palmer, J.
consultancy report to the Carbon Trust.
2005
 
 
‘Reach for the Sun’
Palmer, J.
HAC, Sept-Oct 2004.
2004
 
 
‘University Challenge’
Palmer, J.
Microsoft’s low energy building, HAC, March-April 2004.
2004
 
 
‘University Challenge’
Palmer, J.
Carbon emissions in the William Gates Building, HAC Magazine, March/April 2004.
2004
 
 
‘Arup Campus’
Palmer, J.
Low energy building by Arup & Partners, HAC, Sept-Oct 2003.
2003
 
 
‘Refurbish or replace?’
Palmer, J. et al
Consultancy report for the Energy Savings Trust, Cambridge: CAR.
2003
 
 
‘Climate Change – the Latest Analysis’
Palmer, J.
Building Services Journal 22(2).
2000
 
 
‘Beat the Drum’
Palmer, J.
Energy analysis of the National Energy Centre, Building Services Journal 22(2).
2000
 
 
‘Beam Me Up’
Palmer, J.
Energy analysis of a call centre with chilled beams, Building Services Journal 22(4).
2000
 
 
‘What do you think of Part L?’
Palmer, J.
The new energy efficiency part of the Building Regulations, Building Services Journal 21 (3).
1999
 
 
‘Sustainable for a Year?’
Palmer, J.
Examination of the sustainability credentials of the Millennium Dome, Building Services Journal 21 (4).
1999
 
 
‘Cold-blooded Predictions’
Palmer, J.
What’s the future for environmentally-benign refrigerants?, Building Services Journal 21 (7).
1999
 
 
‘Under Pressure’
Palmer, J.
Ove Arup’s wind-assisted services for Nottingham University, Building Services Journal 21(8).
1999
 
 
‘Renewing the debate’
Palmer, J.
Mapping out the options for renewable energy in the UK, Building Services Journal 21(9).
1999
 
 
‘Trickle Treat’
Palmer, J.
High quality, low energy offices for Barclays using trickle ventilation, Building Services Journal 21(12).
1999
 
 
‘Will SMEs grasp the nettle of environmental accounting?’
Palmer, J.
The Economics of Environmental Improvement, Social and Environmental Accounting, 18 (2) pp. 5-10.
1998
 
 
‘Team-work to Green SMEs’
Palmer, J., Andrews L.
Team Performance Management 3 (3) pp.193-205.
1998
 
 
‘Informing smaller organisations about environmental management’
Palmer, J., France, C.
An assessment of central government schemes, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 41 (3) pp. 355-374.
1998
 
 
‘Squeezing Strategy into an SME’
Andrews, L., Palmer, J.
Eco-Management & Auditing 4 (1) pp. 15-21.
1997
 
 
‘New Recipe Green Reporting for SMEs’
Palmer, J., van der Vorst R.
Eco-Management & Auditing 4 (2) pp. 1-11.
1997
 
 
‘Environmental Reporting for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises’
Palmer, J., van der Vorst, R.
Environmental Auditing and Accounting Reporter 2 (9) pp. 5-7.
1997
 
 
‘Are “Standard” Systems Right for SMEs?’
Palmer, J., van der Vorst, R.
Eco-Management & Auditing, 3 (2) pp. 91-96.
1996
 
 
The facilities manager’s energy primer
Platt, S.
1996
 
An essential energy efficiency guide to the home
Platt, S.
1994