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 06-08 March 2018 / ExCeL, London

Energy & HVAC seminars with exclusive sessions delivered by:

CIBSE

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Energy & HVAC

  Sessions delivered by:

CIBSE
 

Energy & HVAC
  1. A look at the government strategy and the questions it raises for technologies and other drivers
  2. Could the government’s Clean Growth Strategy spur innovation to decarbonise heat?
  3. This session explores the technological advances that will impact on homes, consumers and energy
  4. This session will look at heat decarbonisation not only with a technology focus but from multiple angles including energy demand and policy options, as well as considerations for designers to ensure the projects being designed today are flexible for future low-carbon and low-emission scenarios.

    Heat Decarbonisation policy recommendations

    UKERC Energy Demand research update

    Lessons from recent district energy schemes

    How should today’s new energy centres be designed to allow  "zero carbon, zero air pollution"  by 2050?

  5. How technologies ranging from energy storage to electric vehicles will affect design and our buildings

Energy & HVAC

  Sessions delivered by:

CIBSE
 

Energy & HVAC
  1. Looking at the building, district and city scale, and the critical factors for decision making
  2. Affordable storage has been the missing component in renewable power, but technology is evolving
  3. Guidance on selecting and installing conventional technologies and options for renewable heat
  4. Learn about the implications of electric vehicle roll out – and the opportunities
  5. As buildings become increasingly intelligent greater knowledge and experience will be required. This ...

Energy & HVAC

  Sessions delivered by:

CIBSE
 

Energy & HVAC
  1. Whole Life carbon as an issue has been evolving for some years. Now there is proper guidance and a m ...
  2. Recent years have seen the widespread rise in "human centric lighting".
  3. The lessons from real life projects that can help in making the business case
  4. Exploring the options for scaling up solar in housing, and the ways of financing them

 

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