Daikin UK is continuing its sponsorship of the Green Housing Forum, an initiative that aims to highlight the challenges and benefits of achieving cost effective, sustainable housing as a means of tackling fuel poverty.
Expected to be the largest Green Housing Forum to date, the event is taking place in the central networking area of Homes 2016 on the 16th and 17th November at London Olympia.
Offering a three-tier insight into affordable heating solutions for social housing providers, the two day event will cover: a new vision to alleviate fuel poverty, large scale adoption of renewable technology and connectivity for social housing providers.
Open to all Homes 2016 attendees, the first day of the event will be introduced by keynote speakers from the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Delta-ee and National Energy Action. Ian Preston of the Centre for Sustainable Technology will introduce the second day of the event, followed by presentations by Ian Napier of Switchee and David Weatherall of the Energy Saving Trust.
Several housing associations such as Sentinel Housing Association and Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership will also present their journey of adopting renewable technologies, discussing the challenges overcome and the benefits to both the association and its tenants.
Following the presentations visitors are invited to take part in several breakout roundtable discussions surrounding the key themes and issues identified.
Influenced by the rapid rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart technology, the social housing sustainability agenda is evolving, creating new challenges and innovative solutions.
Nancy Jonsson, Commercial Director for Heating and Renewables at Daikin UK, said:
“We’re excited to continue our sponsorship of the Green Housing Forum and to see the latest event taking place at Homes 2016. Providing sustainable housing with energy and cost efficient heating solutions is of paramount importance for social housing providers.
“The ideal platform for sharing best practice and discussing the challenges of providing tenants with energy efficient, sustainable properties, this Green Housing Forum will bring together more professionals than ever before.
“We look forward to outlining how smart technology can enhance accessibility of renewable heating technologies such as air source heat pumps, and how the technology can contribute to wider sustainable home strategies.”
For more information on the Green Housing Forum, please visit www.greenhousingforum.co.uk and follow @GreenHForum on Twitter.
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