About this event
In October, the government will start to invest £2 billion into domestic retrofit in just six months – the first public investment of note into retrofit in years and the start of a national retrofit project that will last thirty years. The appropriateness of the materials, products and technologies deployed will largely determine the success or failure of this bold initiative. From assessment software to roof, floor and wall insulation, to ventilation systems, smart thermostats and building monitoring systems, the right choices are essential to success.
Use the wrong solution on the wrong property at the wrong time and retrofit can go badly wrong. Get retrofit right and the benefits are huge.
In this webinar, we examine what existing products and technologies get the thumbs up from leading retrofit architects. We also examine what pieces of the retrofit jigsaw are still needed.
The panel debate will be followed by a live Q&A session, where you can pose your questions to our experts.
In partnership with
David Pierpoint, Chief Executive, Osmosis
David is the Founder of Osmosis and has spent over a decade at the coalface of retrofit. David specialises in business development, marketing and strategic consultancy. He is a regular speaker and facilitator at industry events.
Chris is a qualified architect with over 25 years of experience in ecological design and sustainable development. He has maintained a range of experience from masterplanning and energy infrastructure to award-winning and innovative architecture, at a variety of scales, plus research and teaching.
Mark has been practising as an architect for 25 years, with considerable experience in low energy architecture and retrofit on a wide variety of award-winning projects. He is an accredited European Passivhaus Designer and is a course tutor on ‘building fabric’ for the Retrofit Academy.
Sarah is a specialist in the technical performance in buildings including thermal bridge analysis, energy modelling, moisture, MVHR and has a deep understanding of the relationship between different building performance standards in the UK from Building Regulations to Passivhaus.
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