The University of Salford are running a series of Domestic Retrofit Webinars and on Tuesday 4th May, from 1pm to 4pm. Gemma Dyson and Glenn Harrison from Vital Energi will be discussing heat networks and touching on a wide array of subjects ranging from technical design through to end user experience.
Gemma has led Vital Energi’s bids for successful low carbon energy schemes at Paddington Village for Liverpool City Council, University of Keele, University of Sheffield, University of Edinburgh and Glenrothes Heat Network for Fife Council. Glenn works with heat network operators and suppliers to identify opportunities for network data management and consumer management platforms. Access to performance and operational data from network assets helps shape consumer behaviour and drive efficiencies in system operation.
The session will give a practical overview of domestic heat network schemes and be of interest to architects, surveyors, consultants, project managers, contractors and any other professions involved in delivering sustainable developments.
To join the session simply use the Zoom link here.