Join our series of insightful webinars
The drive towards ‘Net Zero’ is an urgent call to action for governments and businesses. Energy use in buildings accounts for approximately a third of the UK’s carbon emissions. In addition to this, Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) is an ever increasing business priority.
As part of our 'Net zero buildings explained' series, we will be hosting three webinars. The first describes the pathways to achieve a net zero building, the second explores the characteristics of a net zero building and the third delves into the detail of operating it.
All those who register to join a webinar, but are unable to attend will be sent a recording after the event.
Webinar 1: Pathways to net zero buildings
Date: Tuesday 25th February
Join Head of Strategy and Research, Tim Crozier-Cole as he sets out how net zero is achieved for companies with large (non-domestic) building portfolios.
Webinar 2: Characteristics of a net zero building
Date: Wednesday 18th March
If you are an Asset Manager or an Estate Manager, you will be responsible for the delivery of net zero buildings. You may also be required to make decisions on appropriate solutions and to sign off the capital and operational costs for their implementation.
We will present a summary of common technical solutions you are likely to be presented with. Armed with this information you will understand the solutions available and which are likely to be appropriate for your buildings.
Webinar 3: Operation of a net zero building
Date: Wednesday 22nd April
The delivery of an operationally net zero building is an ongoing activity. If you are responsible for such buildings, you will need to know what is required to implement and monitor ongoing performance. Managing the systemic issues and stakeholder engagement are often the key to effective implementation.
We will walk you through the influences on operation, looking at the efficient control of building systems, the data you need to monitor performance and finally the systemic changes required in order to embed optimisation into the culture of your organisation.