BCO Midlands & Cundall Seminar: Year of Net Zero - Achieving Carbon Neutrality for New and Existing Offices

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**THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED, PLEASE EMAIL EVENTS@BCO.ORG.UK TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST**

We have seen a tide of change over the past year, with organisations, governments, local authorities and now the construction industry declaring climate emergencies and setting targets to be net zero carbon.

Start Date / Time 26 Feb 2020 08:00
End Date / Time 26 Feb 2020 10:00
Venue Cundall, 4th Floor, 15 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2BH
National No
Region Midlands and East Anglia
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members No

Description

**THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED, PLEASE EMAIL EVENTS@BCO.ORG.UK TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITING LIST**

Achieving the UK’s 2050 Net Zero Carbon (NZC) target is a challenge that every part of industry and society will need to work together to accomplish. In order for this to happen, every aspect of energy consumption must be considered and minimised. But how do we define the minimum? In the absence of definitive energy targets for buildings, the best course of action is to look at all energy flows in a building, identify how they can be minimised without interrupting business continuity and generate as much renewable energy on site. This creates a zero carbon enabled building, and the point at which the building reaches zero carbon in operation will therefore be dependent on the renewable energy content of the grid.

This joint event alongside the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), and hosted by multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, Cundall, will discuss the implications of net zero carbon on new and existing office buildings.

• Richard Twinn (UKGBC) will outline the UKGBC’s ‘Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework’ and the new energy performance targets for offices
• Paul Chatwin (Cundall) will then outline the implication on design of net zero carbon on new build offices
• Simon Wyatt (Cundall) will then look at the bigger challenge of decarbonising existing assets and creating roadmaps for net zero carbon



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