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Energy Solutions for Net Zero Housing Session 1 – Net Zero Heating and Hot Water – Online

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Session 1: Net Zero Heating and Hot Water: 22nd June 2023, 16.00 - 18.00
Session 2: Domestic Electricity Generation and Storage: 28th June 2023, 16.00 - 17.30
Session 3: Energy Balancing and Smart Grids: 12th July 2023, 16.00 - 17.30

 

Join Green Register and Good Homes Alliance for a new 3-part online training series exploring the latest tech, innovations and energy solutions to accelerate net zero and low energy housing development. 

At the opening session on 22nd June, we will be joined by a range of expert speakers to hear the latest decarbonised options for heating and hot water technologies including heat pumps and infrared heating. Plus, find out more about important research on net zero homes at the Energy House 2.0 in Salford, and the Heat Pump Ready project – ‘Decision-making tools for heat in net zero housing’.

Speakers and schedule

16:00 Welcome to the event – The Green Register/Good Homes Alliance

16:10 Introduction to heating and hot water technologies – Chris Delaney, Managing Director, Green Building Renewables

  • Launched in 2021, Green Building Renewables install a wide range of low carbon and renewable technologies including solar panels and battery storage, air and ground source heat pumps, underfloor heating, and electric vehicle charging points.

16:25 Heat Pumps and Sunamp from an installers perspective – Craig Erwood, heat pump expert

  • Hear from an independent heating expert on the pros and cons of heat pumps and Sunamp thermal batteries from an installers perspective.

16:40 Infrared heating innovations – Matthew Dodds, Director, Herschel Infrared

  • Herschel are a leading infrared heating brand with an extensive product range developed for both domestic and commercial applications. Instead of directly heating the air in a room, Herschel’s infrared panels heat the walls, ceiling and floor evenly which absorbs the heat and gently re-emits the heat back into the room.

16:55 Smart hot water technologies – Peter McBride, National Business Development Manager, Mixergy

  • Mixergy offer a cost-effective solution to save energy and facilitate more renewable power generation through grid balancing. The Mixergy tank only heats what is needed, increasing the speed of recovery of a conventional hot water tank 5-fold, whilst more than halving the heat losses.

17:10 Heat Pump Ready project and decision-making tools for heat in net zero housing – Benjamin Gilbart, Energy Consultant, City Science

  • City Science help local authorities and organisations responsible for transport, energy and infrastructure achieve meaningful and quantifiable carbon reductions, by modelling complex, robust scenarios quickly and efficiently.

17:25 Heating technology research at the Energy House 2.0 – Richard Fitton, School of Science, Engineering and Environment, University of Salford

  • Energy House 2.0 is the ‘world’s-first’ all-weather research centre. This unique facility is and will continue to play a key role in accelerating the progress towards low carbon and net zero design and construction.

17:40 Q&A

18:00 Close

 

 

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When
22/06/2023 from 16:00 to 18:00
Event Fee(s)
Members (This event only) £30.00
Non-Members (This event only) £40.00
Members (3 event series) 5 hours of training in total £65.00
Non-Members (3 event series) 5 hours of training in total £85.00
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