The Association of Greater Manchester Authority (AGMA) stand will showcase some of the recent and emerging Low Carbon Buildings and Energy projects from across Greater Manchester. Representatives from the newly formed GM Low Carbon Hub and the ten local authorities in Greater Manchester will be on hand across the two days to answer your questions, tell you about our forthcoming priorities, and discuss how you might be able to get involved. Come along to the stand to participate in a programme of seminars on everything from Heat Networks & Green Deal to Public Building retrofit: a detailed programme of these presentations will be available on the stand.
Econergy, a British Gas Company, specialise in biomass heating, ground and air source heat pumps and integrated solar thermal systems.
We design and deliver solutions to meet customer needs, offering the most appropriate technology and services to deliver minimum life-time cost of ownership with high levels of service.
Saint-Gobain creates and delivers innovative and high-performance solutions to enhance our habitat and our daily life.
Experts from the Saint-Gobain team will be presenting a series of CPDs and seminars throughout the show, with topics including training, hard-to-treat properties and Saint-Gobain’s latest project, Salford Energy House. Visit us on stand D30/D40 for product demos on external wall insulation, internal wall insulation and flooring solutions from Weber, Isover & British Gypsum. Talk to Glassolutions about glazing upgrades and learn more about training available from Greenworks and the Saint-Gobain Technical Academies.
The UK Green Building Council is campaigning for a sustainable built environment. As a charity and membership organisation, we facilitate dialogue between industry and Government to promote greener approaches in the construction sector. Our mission is to radically improve the sustainability of the built environment, by transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated.
The Energy House has been built within a laboratory controlled environment at the University of Salford. Supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) the house has been constructed to support businesses working within the retrofit agenda and to provide dedicated business support to SMEs looking to develop, test and launch new energy related products, systems and solutions to support the governments targets of a zero carbon built environment.