InstallerSHOW opens on Tuesday with 3 days expert content in our elemental theatres
The biggest ever InstallerSHOW opens its doors on Tuesday, with three days of content from elemental, running from 21st to 23rd June at Birmingham’s NEC.
Tickets to the event are free and visitors will have access to a packed programme of panel discussions, seminars and debates, on everything from decarbonising heating to creating healthy buildings.
The full programme of inspiring content can be found here, and here is an overview of what you can expect on the first day.
Tuesday 21st June
Decarbonising Buildings Theatre
On the first day, this theatre is hosted by journalist Dhruti Shah, and the first session is a look at a Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme project from NIBE. This will be followed by a discussion on social housing retrofit, and the key role social landlords are playing to reduce carbon and energy bills, with speakers including Gavin Stokes, Director of Home Energy Solutions, SMS and Thomas Hague, Sustainability & Building.
Next up, Birmingham Energy Institute’s Professor Martin Freer will talk about a new report into local heat delivery, before the final panel session of the day on local energy and heating schemes, with speakers including The Carbon Trust’s Emma Ashcroft and Soulla Paphitis from Danfoss.
Making Buildings Smarter Theatre
This theatre is hosted by NHIC’s Anna Scothern. The first session in this theatre is all about the Energy Superhub Oxford project – hear from the team working on this government-backed project that will help Oxford reach net zero by 2040: Matt Trewhella from Kensa Group, Tina Mould from Oxford City Council and Tim Rose from Pivot Power. This will be followed by a discussion on the role data plays in social housing decarbonisation, featuring NetZero Collective’s Neil Waite and Dr Ben Roberts from Loughborough University.
Building optimisation is the subject of the third session, with speakers including Jeremy Palmer from Drayton and Chantel Scheepers from OakTree Power, and then the final session of the day is about the new legislation changes affecting EV charging point installation.
Net Zero by Design with BEAMA Theatre
The first session in this theatre is a look at the future of heating, with speakers including Will Humphreys, Head of Strategy Implementation – Heat and Buildings – BEIS. This is followed by a discussion on the heat pump pathway for installers.
The third session in BEAMA’s theatre is a discussion on making hi-tech housing work, with speakers including, Richard Halsey from Energy Systems Catapult, before we end the day with a panel on heating controls.