Brighton’s Eco Technology Show has added a raft of new expert speakers to its already powerful line-up, ahead of what is shaping up to be its biggest event yet. The free programme of over 70 seminars covers some of the latest design and build-related discussion points and trends.
Highlights for build professionals include:
- How to achieve an affordable Code 5 home: Learn from Nicola Thomas, director at Arch Angels Architects on how to build a home that meets stringent environmental performance criteria can be made affordable.
- Achieving part L and beyond in the face of regulatory uncertainty: Martin Russell of RICS explains how to comply with regulations when it comes to the conservation of fuel and power.
- Passivhaus designs; is building to Passivhaus standard the solution to our low carbon building targets? Passivhaus Trust
- Andy Lewry of BRE will look at “Bridging the performance gap” – understanding predicted and actual building operational energy
- How do we engage consumers more: Phillip Sellwood, Energy Saving Trust CEO, on his firm’s research into consumer attitudes to renewables and energy efficiency.
The full two day programme can be seen here.
Plus see over 130 exhibiting companies offering cost effective solutions across a wide range of technologies including the new innovation zone with up to twenty companies launching cutting edge products and solutions.
The Eco Technology Show is a great place for build professionals to network, and make new contacts. Collaborating is the best way to generate new business and this year at the Show there will be facilitated networking sessions, held in the Communications Hub. Timings and themes for the networking sessions are now published on the Eco Technology Show website.
The Eco Technology Show will be open from 9.30am-5pm on Thursday 11 June and 9.30am-4.30pm on Friday 12 June. Register today for free at www.ecotechnologyshow.co.uk.