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Designing with renewable energy 2008

Latest approaches to incorporating renewable energy into the built environment

Wednesday 10th September 2008
Royal Society of Medicine, London , W1G

The 3rd AJ designing with renewable energy conference brings you latest Government and local authority policy on renewables. It will assess the feasible capabilities of current technologies and offer approaches to integrating them into your schemes whilst maintaining the quality of the design.

Key reasons to attend:

  • Hear a Government update on renewable energy generation within the built environment

  • Understand the pros and cons of current micro-renewable energy options

  • Explore the viability and opportunities of near-site and off-site renewables

  • Discover how to harness the potential of renewable energy in mixed-use schemes

“Personally informative and inspiring”
(F Kunna, MDR Associates)

“A good insight into the many complexities in the subject"
(G Harris, Panter Hudspith Architects)

Who should attend:

house builders
local authority planners & environmental officers
building services engineers
low carbon consultants
environmental consultants

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