Bryce Gilroy-Scott

Bryce Gilroy-Scott
Centre for Alternative Technology · Graduate School of the Environment

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Conference Paper
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In the spring of 2006 the Beacon Hill Allotment and Leisure Gardeners Society in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom initiated a process of revitalisation and community-development. A flagship project has been the design and construction of a dry toilet facility. The community dry toilet embodies both ecological and social sustainability. Th...
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This paper analyses the economics of pooling small UK based local electricity prosumers with back-up access to the National Grid and compares it to the current conventional UK electricity supply model—business as usual (BAU) approach. This is contextualized against the UK energy market framework, prosumer research and changing energy market dynamic...
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In an earlier article the Authors modeled levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) and self-consumption levels in the UK for “prosumers” – entities/households that are producer and consumer of energy in one. Calculations were focused on wind and photovoltaic (PV) for six UK sites. [Kästel P, Gilroy-Scott B. Economics of pooling small local electricity...
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The arrival of small-scale decentralized energy installations coincides with the emergence of so-called " prosumers " —entities/households that are producer and consumer of energy in one. This research focuses on an electricity prosumer model in the context of the UK market. Levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) for photovoltaic (PV) and wind energy...
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It is the objective of this paper to describe the development of an application of the EF method specific to individual construction projects. It is hypothesised that the re-structuring of already existing information systems on a construction project can be adapted to provide an EF measure of performance. If this is the case, then the possibility...
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History of structures has been the theme of three successive IASS (International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures) Symposia held in Istanbul from 1988 to 2000. In the first one the development of the dome as a structural form from antiquity to modern times was the main subject. The second symposium held in 1993 focused on structures hav...
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This paper describes some of the research outcomes of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project partly funded by Department of Trade and Industry, UK. One of the aims of the project was to plan and develop designs for a range of autonomous eco-buildings through research into autonomous eco-building systems and techniques in order to identifybe...
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This paper describes a project resulting from a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) funded by Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), with Lincoln School of Architecture, University of Lincoln and Hill Holt Wood as collaborating partners. One of the aims of the project is to plan and develop designs for a range of autonomous ecobuildings through r...

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