If you work within sustainability and renewable energy, then attendance at FutureBuild 2014 is a must. This brand new UK conference, in partnership with REGREEN, is coming to Sheffield City Hall, UK, on 5th-6th November 2014 and focusses on the sustainability of housing, renewable energy and community energy schemes.
From top politicians to sustainable energy industry specialists and business entrepreneurs, a range of sessions and networking opportunities to do with sustainable housing, renewable energy and community energy schemes show that FutureBuild 2014 has something for everyone. A policy debate involving key politicians, European representatives, industry specialists and journalists will also be held.
FutureBuild 2014’s ever expanding line-up now includes four new experts to captivate audiences at the conference.
- Professor Tony Ryan from the University of Sheffield will chair the key notes speech on Day 2 of the conference
- Jack Scott, Sheffield’s Cabinet Member for the Environment, Recycling and Streetscene will give a talk on the Sheffield Green Commission
- Matthew Rhodes from independent consulting engineers, Encraft, will look at retrofitting and energy efficiency
- Tina Gaebler from the University of Potsdam, Germany, will discuss community sustainability