Green Housing Forum – Glasgow – May 2016
On Wednesday 25th May 2016 the first Green Housing Forum in Scotland will bring together experts from Energy Action Scotland, Daikin UK, Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership and Sustainable Homes to share their experience of tackling fuel poverty and addressing carbon compliance through the use of renewables.
The Green Housing Forum is aimed at engaging stakeholders across the Scottish social housing industry, in an open minded and candid discussion session on the key issues facing social housing in Scotland in 2016 and beyond.
Beginning with a series of talks from 9:00am and concluding with round-table discussions and an opportunity to network over lunch, the Green Housing Forum Glasgow 2016 is an opportunity not to be missed.
For a taste of the issues Green Housing Forum tackles download the whitepaper from our previous event
Development Manager, Energy Action Scotland (EAS) - Click here to open up a PDF of Barbara’s presentation
Head of External Affairs, Sustainable Homes - Click here to open up a PDF of John’s presentation
Asset Management and Policy Manager, Dumfries & Galloway Housing Partnership - Click here to open a PDF of Mike's presentation
Renewable Solutions Consultant, Daikin UK - Click here to open a PDF of David's presentation
What To Expect
Learn how Housing Associations and private developers have installed air to water heat pumps and hybrid technologies in existing and new build stock to:
• Tackle fuel poverty in both on, and off gas grid homes
• Reduce fuel bills for residents
• Cost effectively achieve carbon compliance
• Improve residents health and wellbeing
Delegates will also have the opportunity to share their own initiatives and ideas as part of round table discussions.