Passivhaus Affiliate

Zero: How low can we go?

Date: 25 January 2017 Time: 17.30 - 19.30
Location: 19th Floor, 240 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1 8BF Cost: PHT/GHA/AECB members £20.00, Non members £40.00, Partners £25.00

Zero: How low to go?

Join us in the new year for our light-hearted New Year debate. The EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive requires all new buildings to be nearly zero-energy by the end of 2020. Nearly zero-energy buildings (NZEB) have very efficient energy performance, and it is encouraged that the low amount of energy required comes mostly from renewable sources.

This event will debate whether NZEB is the right target, and what part the Passivhaus Standard has to play.

Drinks and festive nibbles will be provided.

 

Programme

17.30 

      

Registration

18.00

 

Welcome and Introduction - Passivhaus Trust

18.10

 

Pro zero: the theory of zero and why it makes sense for London

Anne-Marie Robinson, Senior Policy and Programme Officer Environment Development, Enterprise & Environment, Greater London Authority

18.25

 

Anti zero: delivering Passivhaus and/or NZEB and why it makes sense

Jonathan Hines, Director, Architype

18.40

 

Pro zero: the zero carbon target and market transformation

Mike Roberts, HAB

18.55

 

Anti zero: Passivhaus, near zero and buildings that work

Clare Murray, Head of Sustainability, Levitt Bernstein

19.10

 

Final Panel

19.25

 

Q&A and Voting

19.30

 

Drinks and networking

20.30

 

Close & move to the pub: Doggett's Coat and Badge, 1 Blackfriars Bridge

 

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Hosted by Ecobuild. 7-9 March, Excel London

 

 


 

Supported by

AECB  Good Homes Alliance logo

 



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