RetroFitting 

2019

LONDON

7th November

Over the coming years local, regional and national governments will face the challenge of improving the carbon efficiency of homes and buildings. Making incremental changes to older stock will not be sufficient to meet climate change targets - now is the time for building owners and housing associations to take a step towards deep retrofitting their housing and building stock.

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Inspiring Speakers

Deep retrofitting is still in early development stages in many countries, but the opportunities that it offers have started to be realised in a number of projects. Join us at The Retrofitting Show to hear from industry leaders and the very latest projects from across Europe - discover how we can start to retrofit a greener & healthier future for all.

 

Speakers 2019

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Amy Simmons

Head of Policy

National Housing Federation

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Ian Hutchcroft

Market Development Team

EnergieSprong UK

Lord Deben

Chairman

Committee on Climate Change

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Richard Miller

Associate Director

Connected Places Catapult

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Tim Hall

Consultant

Total Flow

Aneaka Kaur Kellay

Project Manager

Carbon Co-op

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Ian Turner

Project Manager

Energy Cities

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Lucy Pedler

Director

Green Register

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Rick Hartwig

Built Environment Lead

The IET

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Victor Gancel

Program Manager

Climate KIC

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Ann Bentley

Global Board Director

Rider Levett Bucknall

James Hardy

Senior Manager, Energy & Climate Change

Greater London Authority

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Mike Pitts

Deputy Challenge Director

Innovate UK

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Sam Balch

Deputy Director

BEIS

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Emily Braham

Head of Sustainable Energy

Nottingham City Homes

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John Palmer

Research and Policy Director

Passivhaus Trust

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Oana Schippers-Trifan

Project Manager

P2Endure

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Simona d'Oca

Project Manager

TripleA-reno Project

More Speakers to be Confirmed Soon

Build your Network

Take the opportunity to meet with housing associations, building owners, management companies, governments, politicians and industry. Discuss best practices and future trends in deep retrofitting with attendees from across the industry.

Topics

Solar

Power

Digital

Twin

Heating & Ventilation

Smart Buildings

Green Funding & Policy

Carbon Reduction

 

Schedule

09:10

Chair's Opening Remarks

Lucy Pedler, Director, The Green Register

09:15

How can we Build a National Deep-Retrofit Innovation Programme?

- Industrialising retrofit as the next stage for Transforming Construction programme
- Proposed case for a government/industry joint programme to bring the cost per unit down to financeable levels

Mike Pitts, Deputy Challenge Director, Transforming Construction, Innovate UK

09:35

Net Zero - an Exciting Opportunity for Innovation

- Right now we cannot deliver deep retrofits in volume, at speed and cost-effectively
​- Innovation throughout the system; from design, materials & components, to construction process & finance​

Richard Miller, Associate Director, Connected Places Catapult

09:55

Radically Improving Housing through Energiesprong Ultra-low Energy Homes

- What have we learnt & how has this informed future decision making
- Using the knowledge to stimulate changes in policy & operations

Emily Braham, Head of Sustainable Energy, Nottingham City Homes
Ian Hutchcroft, Market Development Team, EnergieSprong UK

10:20

Zero Carbon London – challenges & opportunities in London

- The scale of the challenge in London
- What are the opportunities & benefits of decarbonising London’s building stock?

James Hardy, Senior Manager, Energy & Climate Change, GLA

10:40

Innovating for Systemic Change to Deliver Safe, High Quality Housing

- Fostering collaboration, Housing Associations as key partners for strategic improvement programmes

Amy Simmons, Head of Policy, National Housing Federation

11:00

Networking Break

11:30

Taking a Leap: Prioritising Retrofit to Meet Carbon Reduction Goals

- Building a market & supply chain to drive down costs & increase incentives

Lord Deben, Chairman, Committee on Climate Change

11:55

Retrofit at Scale Needs a Radical New Delivery Model

- Retrofit needs to offer added aesthetic value and a positive experience
- Supply chains will be digitally enabled, precision installation with minimal disruption

Tim Hall, Consultant, Total Flow

12:20

Building a Market & Supply Chain to Stimulate Adoption - Panel Discussion

- Lord Deben, Chairman, Committee on Climate Change
- Tim Hall, Consultant, Total Flow
- Aneaka Kaur Kellay, Project Manager, Carbon Co-op
- Sam Balch, Deputy Director, BEIS
- Ann Bentley, Global Board Director, Rider Levett Bucknall

Moderator: Rick Hartwig, Built Environment Lead, The Institution of Engineering & Technology

12:45

Networking Lunch

14:00

P2Endure - Scaling up Deep Energy Renovation through a Collaborative Local Alliance

- Testing the concept of a local district renovation platform: a place where demand meets supply, where solution providers are connected with (local) suppliers to ensure a smooth collaboration between the stakeholders & an efficient execution of a renovation project at district scale

Oana Schippers-Trifan, Project Manager, P2Endure

14:25

TripleA-reno - Improving Performances of Deep Renovation by Enhanced Quality Control

- Attractive, Acceptable, Affordable - Demonstrating the benefits & evidence-based solutions in live demonstration cases
- Providing end-users of deep renovation projects with attractive, understandable & personalised information of realised real performance

Simona d'Oca, Project Manager, TripleA-reno Project

14:50

ACE Project - Accelerating Energy Retrofitting of Flats & Apartments

- Local Authorities & Municipalities play a key role in launching a dynamic framework that encourages energy retrofitting
- Upgrading the skills of the supply side (building professionals) & facilitating interaction between demand & supply sides.

Ian Turner, Project Manager, Energy Cities

15:15

Networking Break

16:00

Investment Funds for Building Retrofits

- A framework for an investment fund for building retrofits projects, seeking to accelerate building efficiency and retrofit investments in Europe

Victor Gancel, Program Manager - Sustainability & Climate Innovation, Climate KIC

16:25

Retrofitting the Passivhaus Way – is it Feasible?

- Passivhaus retrofit case studies at scale
- Issues and solutions when retrofitting to Passivhaus levels

John Palmer, Research & Policy Director, Passivhaus Trust

16:50

Local & Government Policy - Panel Dicussion

- Overcoming the current barriers so that deep retrofitting becomes a policy priority

17:20

Chair's Closing Remarks

Lucy Pedler, Director, The Green Register

17:30

Drinks Reception & Aftershow Networking

 

Tickets

Early Bird

Ticket

£180

Save £70 before prices go up after September 15!

Get full access to the conference with this pass.

 

This ticket is for representatives of public sector organisations or building owners/operators.

Regular

Ticket

£250

Get full access to the conference with this pass.

This ticket is for representatives of public sector organisations or building owners/operators.

Student

Ticket

£90

Application Only

Student tickets are application only and released on approval once verified.

Solution Provider

Ticket

£690

Get full access to the conference with this pass.

Starter Marketing Pack

This ticket is for representatives of companies that have a commercial interest in attending.

 

Sponsor

Whether you need to increase brand awareness, deliver a message to a targeted audience or create a buzz during the conference, our team have the expertise to provide tailored, innovative and affordable solutions that suit your exact needs.

 

We offer a wide range of bespoke sponsorship opportunities which will maximise your company’s visibility and ensure maximum impact from the event.

 

Central Hall Westminster

As central London’s largest events venue, Central Hall Westminster is a natural choice for hosting conferences and other prestigious corporate events.

The Great Hall, Lecture Hall, and Library are our three largest event spaces, and offer an ideal combination of beauty, technical capability, and grandeur that is perfect for conferences of all kinds.

 

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