45-Minute Masterclass: Achieving net-zero carbon buildings for your business

Event Date: 12/09/2024 1:00 pm

45-Minute Masterclass: Achieving net-zero carbon buildings for your business

With as much as 40% of the UK’s carbon emissions linked to the built environment, this masterclass-style webinar will provide the latest actionable insights and best practice examples when it comes to accelerating the transition to net-zero carbon buildings.

From energy auditing and data collection through to the implementation of energy efficiency programmes, retrofit, onsite renewables and behaviour change initiatives – there are a multitude of paths a business can take to improve building performance and ultimately get to net-zero.

This masterclass, hosted in association with IES, will cut through complexities and provide need-to-know information for energy and sustainability managers seeking to decarbonise buildings. The session will help businesses identify and understand how to optimise their buildings, with a particular focus on data measurement and analysis, and ‘performance digital twins’ as a route to cutting costs and carbon.

The session is being hosted during World Green Building Week 2024 – the world’s largest campaign to accelerate sustainable built environments across the globe.

Discussion points

  • Investment-grade data: Using your building data to make the business case for net-zero and inform decision-making
  • Efficiency-first approaches: Identifying opportunities to reduce energy waste and ensure building efficiency is maintained through effective monitoring strategies
  • Balancing act: How to achieve energy, cost, and carbon reductions while maintaining the function of the building
  • Digital twins: Using technology to select the most effective building optimisation strategies, plan interventions and verify savings are achieved

Masterclass chair:

matt mace

  • Matt Mace, Editor, edie

 

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