Low Energy Know How - Liverpool

Join us for the FREE event in Liverpool on Friday, 13th November, 12:00pm - 14:00pm at the City of Liverpool College

Brought to you by the Zero Carbon Hub in collaboration with Encraft and Liverpool College.

This free event will provide delegates with the latest policy updates and practical support to deliver energy efficient new homes. 

Join us as we look at commercially viable, practical examples to help you deliver to current and future regulations. Attendees will also receive our good practice “Builders’ Book”, an easy to read guide to improving site processes, reduce risk and construct high quality, healthy homes.

Booking

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

The Agenda

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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.

Andrew Orriss
Andrew Orriss

Andrew is a pragmatic and yet determined individual keen to see things done better with a broad experience of issues relating to zero carbon, offsite construction and sustainable building.

Andrew currently manages the Business Development team for SIG Distribution with a number of responsibilities; one of which is SIG RetroFit System Support, which Andrew set up to provide own brand RetroFit measures and support to take the complexity out of sustainable refurbishment. Andrew is also responsible for managing the SIG360 Technical Centre, a service proposition dedicated to taking cost and complexity out of new homes through SIG’s impartial product selection of thermal and acoustic insulation solutions, supported by free a U Value and SAP service.

Prior to joining the SIG team Andrew was the Managing Director for a leading Structural Insulated Panel (SIPs) manufacturing and installation business based in Coventry.  This was start-up venture in 2008 which lead to a team of 18 employees taking on contracts to provide SIPs homes in the affordable homes market.  Andrew was also instrumental in the setting up of the first UK SIPs Trade Association dedicated to supporting the industry, now part of UKSTA.

This venture followed many years in the Insulation industry starting as a technical representative, but ultimately resulting in Andrew being appointed as Sales and Marketing Director for Jablite Ltd (formerly known as Vencel Resil Ltd).

Andrew has also been active involved in various “think tank” sessions with NHBC, BuildOffsite, Building Research Establishment, CITB, typically discussing use of modern building materials and the impact on the construction industry.

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Roscoe Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 9DW

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