A breakfast seminar in London on Friday 30 September will feature discussion on the requirements of the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) new zero carbon dwellings policy and the role of combined heat and power (CHP.)
UK Green Building Council has partnered with CHP specialists ENER-G, planning and design experts Metropolis Green, and the London Borough of Ealing, to provide an informative session on the new policy, which comes into force across London from 1 October 2016.
The new policy requires all major new developments to demonstrate that the domestic element will achieve zero carbon.
The seminar will address the realities of including CHP to meet the new policy requirements. CHP is one of the most effective technologies for achieving carbon savings. However, designing and delivering CHP systems in developments requires very careful balancing of thermal capacity, electrical demand, and cost to the end user.
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Metropolis Green, ENER-G and London Borough of Ealing will provide an informative session on the implementation of the new policy and how to effectively design and integrate CHP to meet the GLA requirements.
The event will be held at 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1PL, starting at 9am, with a light breakfast provided at 8:30am.
To register for the event, please contact: email@example.com