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Smart Energy Housing 2017

Smart Energy Housing 2017
Event on 2017-11-22 09:00:00
SMART ENERGY HOUSING 2017: designing and building energy efficient homes   UK housebuilders are under pressure to design and deliver 1 million homes by 2020. At the same time, they’re also being challenged to use new products, technologies and processes that will improve energy efficiency and cut fuel poverty.   Smart Energy Housing 2017 will look at the new approaches that can help small to medium builders and housing associations rise to these challenges, making homes that future generations will want to buy, share and rent.   Delegates will hear from five forward thinking developers, each with a different energy efficient housing solution. These will inspire discussion and Q&A sessions which will ensure all attendees leave with a portfolio of new energy efficient housing ideas and contacts to inform future projects.   Who should attend? Small- and medium-sized housebuilders Housing Associations and housing providers Architects Planners Programme 9am: Registration 9:30am: Introduction: Why houses have to change Anthony Morgan, Carbon Free Group 10am: Case study: Innovating to reduce fuel poverty Speaker tbc 10:30am: Case study: Building energy efficient homes Speaker tbc 11am: Your energy challenges – table discussion and coffee 12pm: Plenary 12:30pm: Lunch 1:10pm: Case study: Working with local authorities and housing associations on energy efficiency Speaker tbc 1:40pm: Case study: More than energy – a full fabric approach Speaker tbc 2:10pm: Case study: Improving energy efficiency through offsite construction methods Speaker tbc 2:40pm: Your top energy solutions – table discussion and coffee 3:30pm: Plenary 4pm: Conference closes If you would like to sponsor this event, starting at just £500+vat, please contact paul.sanderson@harosa.com or adrienne.robins@harosa.com or call 020 3384 0326

at Edgbaston Priory Club
Sir Harry s Rd Edgbaston
Birmingham, United Kingdom

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