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Industry issues discussed at Expo

A range of industry issues will be discussed within the seminar programme of the Energy & Environment Expo, held at London’s ExCeL, 17 to 19 June.

Speakers at the event include representatives from the Department of Energy and Climate Change, Ofgem and Microgeneration Certification Scheme.

The domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, launched in April, will be a major topic of discussion, explaining the opportunities available and how to engage with the scheme.

The exhibition itself will also include the RHI Roadshow stand, providing more information on the scheme.

The seminars, coordinated by 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.

In addition to the RHI, the broader scope of energy efficiency and building controls will also be in the spotlight.

According to speaker BRE principal consultant Andy Lewry, specifications for HVAC zone and lighting controls are often limited to the minimum requirements.

For this reason, a core focus Mr Lewry’s talk will be on helping audiences understand the choices for building controls and how to take a practical approach to operating control technologies.

Speakers at the Expo will also be taking on the thorny issue of building the financial case for investment in new, energy-efficient equipment, a familiar scenario within the building services sector, where technologies can be costly with longpayback periods.

EMVC Solutions partner Andre Burgess will be conducting a seminar on winning the financial argument in the boardroom.