Low Carbon Homes Forum is a free to attend event for architects, engineers, landlords, local authorities and other important influencers of consumers. And aims to drive the adoption of new energy saving standards.
Through the event professionals can share best practice and discover pioneering methodologies and products to help transform home efficiency, reduce fuel poverty and lower carbon emissions.
Hosted in collaboration with Low Carbon Dorset, the South West Low Carbon Homes Forum will be held in the Queen Elizabeth School in Wimborne, and offers local focus within the wider UK context. Providing case-study based sessions as part of a tailored programme curated around regional needs. The Forum will give delegates plenty of peer-led inspiration and clear routes towards a low carbon future.
Benefits of attending
Low Carbon Homes Forums will keep you and your peers at the forefront of energy efficiency best practice.
Forums will be:
- Convenient and regionally focused
- Concise, relevant, curated content
- Results orientated
- Time and cost effective
- Free to attend for accredited, pre-qualified housing professionals
Who should attend?
- Specifiers/influencers: architects, developers, engineers, private and social landlords, local authority officers, regional policy makers, planners and housebuilders.
- Installers/engineers: heating engineers, renewable engineers, insulation and building contractors.
- Housing professionals: energy managers and consultants, facilities managers, property managers, asset managers.