Renewable Heating for Older Buildings
This lunchtime webinar delivered by Carrig Conservation International will discuss renewable methods of heating and hot water generation for older buildings, and considerations in choosing and specifying an appropriate system, highlighting key opportunities and challenges. There will be an opportunity to ask questions in a Q&A at the end of the session.
Who should attend?
This webinar is open to anyone wishing to learn more about heating systems and the retrofit of older buildings. This could be owners wishing to upgrade their property, or construction professionals, architects and specifiers who wish to increase or refresh their knowledge of improving energy performance and specification of systems for older buildings.
We reserve the right to cancel or amend the timings of these events at any point up to the stated start time of the session.
Delegates may also cancel their booking at any time by following the link in their confirmation email.
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