The Energy and Environment Expo, which runs from 17-19 June, will advise attendees on how to get to grips with initiatives like the RHI.
The newly-launched domestic Renewable Heat Incentive is already driving interest among those in the heating and ventilation arena.
Yet, amid reports of rising numbers of applications to the Microgeneration Certification Scheme and widespread discussions of the commercial opportunities available to installers, this much-delayed scheme still remains poorly understood by the industry at large.
For this reason, the Energy and Environment Expo is offering the chance for heating and ventilation engineers and HVAC consultants to hear from industry experts.
The free-to-attend exhibition, which runs from 17–19 June 2014 at ExCeL London, will be hosting the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)’s RHI Roadshow event.
Speakers from DECC, Ofgem and MCS are lined up, with five hours of seminars and debates at the RHI Roadshow stand.
These seminars, co-ordinated by carbon consultancy Energise, will cover the application process for the RHI, how to establish installer readiness, metering and RHI, and a panel discussion on how RHI will transform the way we heat.