The Green Register is pleased to be working in partnership with Low Carbon Homes and the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership to host the East of England edition of the Low Carbon Homes Forum this 23rd May. The event provides an opportunity for the region's housing professionals to listen, learn and question domestic energy efficiency and all-things-retrofit. With 100% of delegates at the recent Low Carbon Homes Forum South East in Brighton recommending the event to their sector colleagues, Low Carbon Homes will bring its next energy efficiency focus day to Ipswich for the region’s housing energy professionals. Amongst the guest speakers will also be The Green Register's Lucy Pedler.
The curated one-day programme features plenary sessions and hour-long workshops delving deeper into topics such as fabric first, heat pumps and heat system design and is aimed at housing professionals, architects, heating engineers, installers, local authorities, landlords and related sector professionals.The forum’s focused one-day technical programmes provide thought-leadership and best-practice solutions, collaborating with experts in the low carbon heating sector including specialist Forum Knowledge Partners the Ground Source Heat Pump Association, IMI Hydronic Engineering, Spirotech UK.
Speakers and workshop leaders at May’s East Low Carbon Homes Forum include:
Saul Humphrey (New Anglia LEP) examining the challenges of the region’s existing housing stock.
Malcolm Farrow (OFTEC) with insight from the fossil fuel industry on the challenges faced by consumers in transitioning to a low carbon future.
Lucy Pedler (The Green Register) will give her expert session on Fabric First and building retrofit
Bean Beanland (Ground Source Heat Pump Association) demonstrates the latest heat pump industry best-practice.
Rob Berridge (Heat-Engineer.com) and Nathan Gambling demonstrate why heat-loss measurement and heating system optimisation are essential for legacy and new heating systems.
Philippa Gill (Verdextra) looks at Indoor Air Quality and how greater consumer awareness of air quality issues can be harnessed to increase take-up of improvements for healthier homes.
Forums are free to attend – and will give attendees a focused and practical day of information and practical actions to tackle domestic energy efficiency, retrofit, fuel poverty and carbon impact.
Free places are available to book now: www.lowcarbonhomes.uk.