Ecobuild 2015 - an event not to be missed - taking place in the ExCeL Arena, London from 3-5 March 2015!
The Government’s 2016 Zero Carbon target is only one year away, so the Zero Carbon Hub is bringing together leading experts and organisations from across Government and the Construction industry to give you the most up-to-date knowledge on how to meet the Zero Carbon Standard.
Working in partnership with CITB, First Wessex, FMB, Mott MacDonald, NHBC, PRP, Saint-Gobain, STA and VINCI Technology Centre the Zero Carbon Hub are providing a platform for delegates to discover the latest updates through interactive sessions with our partners and professional speakers.
The exhibition is set to feature a number of high profile events and the Zero Carbon Hub stand is no exception! Our agenda includes releasing the initial findings from the eagerly awaited projects such as Overheating in Homes and the Performance Gap. We will be looking for your feedback as we launch the SME ‘Builder’s Book’ consultation; and giving first hand insight to the future of building to Zero Carbon across the world with our latest Zero Carbon International Compendium looking at Low Carbon Cities from across the world.
Our feature stand (N7090) is showcasing a number of cutting edge seminars and panel sessions hosted by Government and Industry experts. The wide variety of topics include the Zero Carbon Journey to date, the Performance Gap, risk awareness and future skills and training. If you have any personal queries or concerns about Zero Carbon, our 'Meet the Expert' drop-in centre gives visitors the opportunity to gain free specialist advice from our wide range of stand partners.
Rob Pannell, Managing Director of the Zero Carbon Hub said earlier this week, “Ecobuild is an excellent opportunity to engage the wider construction and building suitability sectors and as we draw closer and closer to the Government’s proposed Zero Carbon target. It is imperative to ensure we are doing all we can to inform the industry about any upcoming changes to policy and regulation”.
For further details on Ecobuild 2015 and the extensive agenda for the stand, please click here.