From 30th June 2022 it will be illegal to sell and install home and workplace charge points in Great Britain that do not comply with the Electric Vehicles (Smart Charge Points) Regulations 2021 – our experts explain all.
As part of InstallerSHOW 2022’s impressive schedule of presentations and seminars on net zero, MCS will be discussing home-grown energy and skills in the solar industry.
Dan White, market development director of MCS, will be chairing a panel examining how we can all support the expansion of the solar sector and what needs to be done to grow a skilled, solar-dedicated workforce. Dan will be joined by a group of experts from across the sector, including speakers from NAPIT, Solar Energy UK and the Greater London Authority.
MCS will also be announcing its involvement in Solar Skills London alongside Solar Energy UK, the Greater London Authority and the Mayor of London. The project will create a dedicated pipeline of talent for the solar industry in the capital and beyond.
This panel discussion will look at how building owners – developers, housing associations and local authorities – can approach installing EV chargepoints, covering funding and the challenges for flats and apartments.
The panel will discuss how to make long-term thinking affordable, while future-proofing buildings with tech, ensuring that the technologies and smart solutions specified today will be fit for purpose in years to come.
Hear from the team working on this government-backed project that will help Oxford reach net zero by 2040. Energy Superhub Oxford includes a powerful network providing rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging, hybrid battery storage, low carbon heating and smart energy management. It combines new technologies and financial models to create a blueprint for towns and cities across the UK to cut carbon emissions and improve air quality.
How successful are the 2022 Building Regulations and the planned 2025 Future Homes Standard likely to be in delivering net zero homes and health and wellbeing for their occupants? What are the challenges and potential unforeseen consequences of the regulatory approach that will need to be overcome?