Renewable Energy System Design & Development
Manchester Low Carbon Homes Event 2019.
Infinitas Design Ltd is pleased to be exhibiting at the Low Carbon Homes event in Manchester on the 14th November 2019. The events are being held around the UK and are focused on retrofit opportunities for energy efficiency and low carbon energy generation for homes owned, managed or being refurbished by architects, landlords, consultants, local authorities and homeowners.
The Manchester show has a specific Heat Pump Focus showcase within the event where heat pump experts, such as Infinitas Design, will be able to help you with your queries about heat pumps of all shapes and sizes. Infinitas Design will have a stand where you can ‘ask anything’ – from the suitability of heat pumps for different kinds of buildings, to heat loss calculations, air vs ground vs open water sources, running costs, troubleshooting and expected performance.
We hope to give an insight into the use of heat pumps on a wider scale than just individual units, including shared ground loops, low-temperature heat networks and large-scale thermal storage to reduce and optimise running costs. We will also be on hand to provide help and guidance with Renewable Heat Incentive enquiries, for which heat pumps are eligible.
The event will take place at the Friends Meeting House M2 5NS and is free to attend. Click the link below to register for your FREE Tickets. CLICK HERE TO CLAIM YOUR FREE TICKETS
Low Carbon Homes, created and organised by Cogent Events, brings global domestic energy efficiency innovation to the UK’s regions via a nationwide event series – the Low Carbon Homes Forum – focussed on the particular challenges of retrofitting the UK’s existing 25 million homes, the heating of which is responsible for 17% of the UK’s carbon emissions.
Aimed at architects, heating engineers, local authorities, landlords, contractors and related sector professionals, the free-to-attend event features plenary sessions, practical workshops, training and exhibitors covering interests such as the fabric first approach, heat pumps, heat system design, BEIS trials and local policy and supply chain development.
Low Carbon Homes wants to drive the adoption of new energy saving standards by providing a unique platform. Here, professionals can share best practice and discover pioneering methodologies and products to help transform home efficiency, reduce fuel poverty and lower carbon emissions.
Low Carbon Homes seeks to address 5 key challenges:
Change: apathy and resistance to change – key influencers are unmotivated to recommend change; easier to ‘do nothing’
Cost perceptions: unconvincing ROI
Confusing/conflicting information: competing advice from experts
Complexity: technological complications – pace of innovation difficult to keep up with
Consistency: inconsistent government policies – financial incentives reducing with fluctuating priorities