Malcolm Taylor, Product Manager, REHAU

REHAU announced as Gold sponsor of 2016 Passivhaus Expo

  • 22 Aug 2016

REHAU is set to be the Gold member sponsor at the 2016 Passivhaus Conference and Expo, which will take place at the Business Design Centre, London on October 25th.

As the Gold sponsor, REHAU will have the biggest stand available at the Expo for its team of Passivhaus experts to demonstrate REHAU’s range of Passivhaus certified products. 

This will include the REHAU Polytec 50 curtain walling system, the GENEO fibre composite window system, and the AGILA Passivhaus door range. Its experts will also showcase part of the AWADUKT Thermoground air heat exchanger at the show.

REHAU will also reflect on its growing involvement within the UK Passivhaus market by presenting a seminar on Passivhaus windows and doors. The company will draw on its extensive experience in real world projects with case studies on commercial, private new build and social housing projects from China, the US and the UK.

Product Manager Malcolm Taylor (pictured above), who is responsible for REHAU’s specialist fenestration products, said: 

“Having already been main sponsors of the Passivhaus Trust Awards this year and having hosted some of our most popular seminars ever on Passivhaus at venues around the country, we’re very excited about the growth taking place in this sector and are committed to helping promote energy efficient buildings together with our fabricator and installer partners.”


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