REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
*for local invited guests with discount code.
Date & Time
July 23 2020 - July 23 2020, 09:00 - 12:00
Event partners, supporters and associations
Day 1: How are we doing and what have we got to do?
|21 July: 09.00-12.00||Fast, focused online sessions||Setting out the challenges; Scene-setting for the city and outcomes; Birmingham's carbon-neutral ambitions; City housing challenges and energy innovations; Renewable deployment - how is the city doing?; Sharing experiences with Manchester; Q&A with AM speakers; Networking; Day 1 Close.||Cllr. Waseem Zaffar, MBE (BCC), Jane Trethewey, Sylvia Broadley (BCC) & Barny Evans (WSP); Ian Rippin & Alex Hughes (MCS); Martin Oldfield (Manchester City Council); local supply chain & services businesses;|
Day 2: What else could we be doing?
|22 July: 09.00-12.00||Fast, focused online sessions||People Powered Retrofit; Whole-house approach; Futureproof: BEIS contractor training pilot; Challenges for the Private Rented Sector; Q&A/Panel; Networking. Day 2 Close.||Lucy Pedler (The Green Register), Jonathan Atkinson (Carbon Co-op); Marianne Heaslip (URBED); Matt Smith (Birmingham City Council)|
Day 3: What's holding the City back?
|23 July: 09.00-12.00||Fast, focused online sessions||Electrification of heat; Financing models; Market-making; Local policy development & interventions; Q&A/Panel; Networking. Summary & Event Close.||Lucy Pedler (The Green Register), Bean Beanland (Ground Source Heatpump Assoc.,); Emma Harvey (Green Finance Instit.); Chris Ellins (Total Flow); James Higgins (Ecuity); Jane Trethewey (Birmingham City Council)..|
Online (AM sessions on scheduled days)Interactive talks, presentations and networking, panels and Q&A, product showcases and technical workshops presented 09.00-12.00hrs over scheduled days.
Attendees can attend individual sessions to suit their schedule.
Registration opening soon.