There are many exciting schemes in development that are looking at the impact of energy demands within buildings and built environments. This is particularly relevant to large buildings and building developments that require their own private power network. This event is divided into two separate streams, covering two distinct areas:
1. EU energy performance
Building technologies associated with the buildings themselves (review the progress towards the EU Energy Performance in Buildings Directive).
2. Renewables in a built environment
The development of renewable energy technologies on a micro level within the built environment and matters such as system connection and metering.
Although the streams will be simultaneous, delegates will be able to attend any part of any stream at any time. The intellectual property of both streams will be compiled into one proceeding, enabling all the content of both streams to be taken back to the workplace.
Who should attend?
Graduates, all levels of engineers, managers, senior managers and decision makers in the following sectors:
Large estate management (e.g. hotels, hospitals, shopping centres and campuses)
Architecture and planning
Government bodies (Ofgem, DTI)
Distribution network operators
Power system manufacturers
Manufacturers of embedded generation equipment
Benefits of attending:
Gain a better practical understanding of the issues involved
Be briefed on the current thinking in this sector
Meet speakers on a one-to-one basis
Network with senior industry figures
Official Website: http://www.theiet.org/carbonfootprint
Added by ewoodman on August 3, 2007