Honeywell is co-hosting a free workshop on how landlords and social housing providers can increase the return on their energy and carbon efficiency initiatives.
The workshop is in support for the 3Cs Cert scheme – a marketing initiative to promote the energy efficiency of Honeywell products, while offering landlords an opportunity to benefit from this CERT-funded scheme.
Other manufacturers presenting at the event will be Ideal Boilers; Grundfos Pumps, Fernox, Carillion, Sustain Ltd and Cirrus Purchasing.
The workshop will be held at the Coventry Ricoh Arena on 21 May from 9.30am until 3pm and Honeywell will be talking about how heating controls are a vital part of the drive to increase energy efficiency and reduce energy bills.
Fernox will be discussing energy efficiency gains using Fernox products; Ideal Boilers will be presenting on the driving forces behind new energy solutions and Grundfos will be proposing ‘The Way to a Sustainable Future’ and asking the question ‘Are you EuP ready?’
Sustain will be at the event explaining ‘holistic retrofit – the whole jigsaw not the pieces’; Carillion promoting the Warm Front scheme and finally Cirrus Purchasing will introduce its purchasing framework and explain how it allows the public sector flexibility within the specification sector.
The workshop offers social landlords and other controllers of property who also have responsibility for energy efficiency and carbon reduction targets to discuss how efficiencies in these areas can be achieved.
It is also an opportunity to better understand what the industry and initiatives like the 3C’s are doing to help ensure the end user can stay warm and manage their fuel costs simply and effectively.
Each session will explain how landlords can embrace the scheme and benefit from the different energy-saving measures available to them.
Commenting on the workshop, Andy Mansfield, marketing communications manager at Honeywell said: “It is not often that property managers get the chance to meet a number of major manufacturers and experts in energy efficiency at the same time, all of whom have a focus on the social housing market.
“Places are limited and are sure to prove popular.”