Launch of “Technical Paper 15” to offer significant support to building professionals

“Technical Paper 15 - Assessing risks in insulation retrofits using hygrothermal software tools - Heat and moisture transport in internally insulated stone walls” is intended to be a significant support to building professionals and building fabric consultants engaging with the topics of:
1) Applied building physics relevant to solid wall construction;
2) Hygrothermal risk assessment;
3) Appropriate internal insulation strategies for solid walls.

Courses sold out for February - and new dates announced!

It's been a record-breaking January for us with all of our February events now fully booked! We hope to hold a repeat of the Tour of Filwood Green in the Spring, and our Retrofitting Traditional Buildings course with speaker Nick Heath continues to sell out with the London event on 11 Feb now fully booked.

We have responded to your requests to hold this course in regions throughout the UK, with the following dates now announced:

New post at TGR: Marketing & Communications Officer – Voluntary

  • Do you have a passion for the environment?
  • Do you have excellent marketing, administration and PR skills?
  • Are you organised, confident and enthusiastic?
  • Would you like to be involved with a friendly but busy small team in a not-for-profit organisation?
  • Are you looking to develop your experience within PR, events, administration and marketing?

We are looking for a talented volunteer to assist with marketing and communications for The Green Register.

EcoMerchant and Green Register benefiting from new membership at Big Green Home Show

The Green Register has set up a new Builders Merchant membership type to increase participation in our training events within the retail sector and to facilitate better links for our members with the trades and the wider public. This is now being offered for £250 per year.

Partner events: Building Better Buildings in Portsmouth, Oxford and Hull

Partners Zero Carbon Hub are holding three free events aimed at demystifying the Performance Gap; and highlighting the latest leanings from a number of domestic and non-domestic Building Performance Evaluation projects around the UK.
 
Join Zero Carbon Hub at this half day event and hear an array of excellent speakers discussing cutting edge research findings on building performance. Refreshments and a networking lunch will be provided.
 

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