Commercial buildings offer a unique set of challenges for anyone charged with managing their environmental impact. This session will look at some of the ways building owners and managers can reduce energy use and achieve successful retrofit outcomes.
Decarbonising Buildings Theatre
This session will look how a partnership between British Gas/PH Jones and Midland Heart is tackling fuel poverty and supporting the landlord on its road to net zero, by combining the installation of lower carbon energy and fabric first approaches with innovative technologies, plus addressing the skills required for delivery at scale.
With Building Regs updates and the upcoming introduction of the Future Homes Standard, newbuild homes are becoming more energy efficient as the built environment progresses towards net zero. This session will look at what this means for housing developers and social landlords.
What makes a house sustainable? This session will look at some of the ways of approaching sustainability and energy efficiency when it comes to housing, considering both newbuild and existing properties. Plus, the session will give an insight into how social housing providers can access funding for retrofit.
How can we maximise the performance of our housing stock, and minimise wasted energy, by looking at all the components that make up our buildings? This session will look at some of the improvements that can be made by focusing on the fabric first.
How the two organisations have been driving energy-efficient innovation and creating a network of green tech businesses that can reduce energy consumption, carbon emissions and water use.
This session will look at the options available for local authorities, developers and social landlords when it comes to community heating and energy schemes.
NIBE Energy Systems UK highlights the achievements of a project at the University of West London (UWL), which involved the replacement of old gas boilers with ground source heat pumps and over 580 rooftop solar PVT, making it one of the largest PVT projects in the world.