Mark Hewitt

Mark Hewitt trained as an architect. He has been involved in award-winning research and development projects in building physics, thermal energy storage and energy-efficient buildings for many years. He developed the fundamental ideas behind Interseasonal Heat Transfer and Balanced Energy Networks and acts as a geothermal consultant advising on ground source heating and cooling of buildings and de-icing of road surfaces.

As a Senior Lecturer in Architecture at the University of North London (1990-2000), he developed a post-graduate course focusing on building physics and architectural design. He has also engaged in a series of research projects looking at large scale energy effects in building fabric, Underground Thermal Energy Storage, Borehole Thermal Energy Storage and Passive Downdraught Evaporative Cooling.

His work on green energy has been widely published, including the book City Fights-debates on urban sustainability.

Mark is featured on the IET Faraday film about Howe Dell School.

Mark also appears on the BBC London News clip on the Toddington Demonstration for the Highways Agency.


Green Heat | Green Cooling | Green Energy Options


ICAX projects:
Toddington | Howe Dell | Hiroshima | HMP Garth | Suffolk One | Merton | Tesco Greenfield | Wellington