Tap into energy efficiency measures at The Building Services Forum
Published: 15 November 2017 - Sarah Mead
With places going fast for the inaugural Building Services Forum, members of the industry are encouraged to book now to avoid disappointment. The Forum, taking place on 8 February 2018 at the Building Centre in London, will provide a hub for sharing expertise and knowledge between industry members. Delegates will experience a one day CPD accredited seminar programme delivered by keynote speakers, along with plenty of opportunity to network with industry peers and discover business solutions at table top stands.
The International Energy Association (IEA) states that there is potential for improved energy efficiency in buildings; up to 82% of energy efficiency measures remain untapped in buildings today. Mark Rimell, energy specialist at Carlo Gavazzi will present ‘Making energy management work for you’ at the Forum. Proving an understanding of how to fully utilise energy management techniques now and in the future, the seminar will tackle ways to reduce energy expenditure and your carbon footprint.
Optimal building performance is often overlooked by businesses. Installations use too much energy on a daily basis due to being too complex and there is a general lack of resources and poor communication between building owners and service organisations. Priva’s business development manager Andy Mills will cover these issues in his seminar ‘Energy performance management’.
Book your ticket now and discover solutions to future-proof your business. Your ticket will include:
· An inspiring full day’s CPD accredited seminar programme
· Networking opportunities with sponsors, exhibitors and speaker companies
· The latest product and technology innovations
· Breakfast, lunch and refreshments
· Break-out sessions
For more information and to book your early bird ticket at just £149 (ends 30 November), visit: www.buildingservicesforum.london