‘Low Energy Know How’ events set zero carbon targets

  • 2 Feb 2015

Saint-GobainÍs Stacey Temprell believes that Zero Carbon HubÍs ÍLow Energy Know HowÍ events will emphasise the importance of improving energy efficiency in the home

The upcoming events, which are free to attend, aim to share up-to-date information about the Zero Carbon Standard and discuss how it can be achieved.

As sponsors, Saint-Gobain will present information about product solutions that have been designed to meet the zero carbon targets for 2016.

The first event will be hosted in Newcastle on 3rd February. It will provide attendees with the most recent information on the Zero Carbon Homes policy, the Performance Gap project and the cost of meeting the Zero Carbon Standard.

The first ÍLow Energy Know HowÍ event will also discuss the importance of retrofitting existing homes to make more efficient use of available energy resources and to help reduce bills for the homeowner.

Find out more about Zero Carbon Hub and its ÍLow Energy Know HowÍ events

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Coventry
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