ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTANCY AND LOW-CARBON ENGINEERING

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Tuesday 21 April, 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Location: Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell Close, London EC1R 0EA

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XCO2 Energy and Innovate UK


It is widely acknowledged in the construction sector that buildings do not perform as well in reality as their design calculations predict, creating what is commonly known as the "performance gap".

As a part of Green Sky Thinking Week, XCO2 Energy and Innovate UK invite you to join us for an evening of presentations, discussions and networking, and learn from the findings of some of the 100 Building Performance Evaluation projects from Innovate UK’s (formerly TSB) £8m funding competition.  

Short format presentations will be delivered by project teams on a number of BPE studies carried out on recent residential and commercial buildings.  The range of presentations will discuss both the positive findings and areas for improvement that were identified from the studies.  The presentations will be followed by Q&A, networking and accompanied by refreshments.

Presenters will include:

Mat Colmer – Innovate UK
Tom Kordel – XCO2 Energy
Justin Bere – Bere Architects
Jesse Putzel – BAM
Richard Partington - Richards Partington Architects
Marianne Heaslip – URBED
Julie Godefroy – Hoare Lea
Judit Kimpian - AHR Global
Tassos Kougionis - Zero Carbon Hub

@xco2e @innovate_uk @OpenCityorg
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