The Green Building & Facilities Roadshow
Tuesday 17th May
10am till 2pm
Seminar 1 10:15
The Renewable Heat Incentive: Updates to the Domestic and Non-domestic RHI, plus Spending Review outcomes
Presented by Sarah Driver, Ofgem
Ofgem’s Sarah Driver will be presenting on the Government’s Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme including an update on biomass sustainability and changes to the scheme which came into force from January, among other minor changes. This presentation will also cover eligibility requirements and further information regarding the Domestic RHI and the Government’s Spending Review.
Seminar 2 11:15
Greener buildings: common sense, innovation and things to avoid
Presented by Simon Wyatt, Cundall
This seminar, supported by case studies, will show how we can deliver better greener buildings. It will highlight design solutions – good and bad – and look at future innovation with particular attention to achieving real energy reduction, practical renewable energy technologies, building fabric design, water conservation, pollution and flooding.
Seminar 3 12:15
Nearly zero-energy buildings: the Building Regulations and implications in practice
Presented by: Stephen Barnshaw, jhai limited
Following the government abandoning the zero carbon requirement for dwellings in 2016 the speaker will look at the potential development of regulations to deliver the European nearly zero-energy buildings requirement for 2020 and the practical implications of these changes.
Seminar 4 13:15
Have batteries finally come of age?
Presented by Thomas Russell of Skyline Solar
With Tesla’s unveiling of its hugely anticipated power storage (Powerwall) getting great response; we look at the recent development of batteries for power storage and the impact this could have on the UK renewable industry, in particular solar photovoltaic. Could battery replace FITs if and when the government pulls the plug?
How to get there
Postcode HA9 0WS
The event will take place in The Atrium Suite which is accessed via The Club Wembley Main Reception Entrance.
We advise visitors to travel by public transport. There are three stations servicing Wembley Stadium. Wembley Park is on both the Jubilee and Metropolitan underground lines. Wembley Central is on the Bakerloo underground line and the London Overground line. Wembley Stadium is on the Chiltern train line. The Chiltern line travels from the Midlands, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Parking is available in the Green car park on a pay and display basis.