Low Energy Know How - Eastleigh

The Zero Carbon Hub, in collaboration with Radian and Saint-Gobain, are pleased to announce their latest Low Energy Know How event in Eastleigh

This free event is an excellent opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest Zero Carbon homes policy. Join us as we present the most recent information on the Zero Carbon journey and definition as well as the latest on both the Performance Gap project and the cost of meeting the Zero Carbon Standard. We will also be looking to the future with the proposed Allowable Solutions schemes and the importance of retrofitting existing homes and the timeline to 2016.

This event will also provide delegates with the practical knowledge to meet regulations as Saint-Gobain will be presenting information on a number of product solutions designed to meet the Zero Carbon target.

Booking
Spaces at this event are limited. To reserve your place please email info@zerocarbonhub.org using the subject line ‘Low Energy Know How Eastleigh’.

The Agenda

Venue

Tassos Kougionis
Tassos Kougionis

Tassos Kougionis joined the Zero Carbon Hub in the winter of 2011 and is currently the organisation's Technical Manager. His background in Civil Engineering (MEng (hons), MSc) enables Tassos to bring to this role an advanced understanding of building physics, while allowing him to explore his passion for structural/environmental engineering and energy and sustainability in building design. 

At the Zero Carbon Hub Tassos has led and leads various technical schemes, policy research projects and is currently in-charge of one of ZCHs biggest projects – the Rowner research, which is part of the TSB BPE programme. 

Tassos' work keeps him up-to-date with the latest policy developments on the zero carbon journey, knowledge he uses to advise a number of major housing developments which are seeking to comply with changes to Part L and the proposed zero carbon definition. Further afield than England, Tassos is the Hub's main point of contact with European policy and follows closely the progress of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, and the "nearly Zero Energy Buildings" definition.

Paul Cave
Paul Cave

Paul Cave is Housing Manager at Saint-Gobain. With over 10 years’ of experience in the built environment, Paul has a keen understanding across multiple sectors and specialises in a fabric first approach to the building envelope. Paul spent six years researching and working in the renewable and sustainable building product markets and now looks after the national new build housing market for Saint-Gobain. Paul works closely with the house builder and the wider housing industry to help and advise them on issues in construction as well as providing guidance and solutions from the Saint-Gobain range of brands. This key role is helping to deliver Saint-Gobain’s vision of a more sustainable habitat. Saint-Gobain launched its Multi-Comfort concept at Ecobuild in March 2015.

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Collins House, Bishopstoke Road, Eastleigh, Hampshire  SO50 6AD

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