re:heat will be exhibiting and speaking at Greenbuild Expo again this year, and as in 2012, we’ll be contributing two presentations to the Ignition conference. The first, on Wednesday 8th May, will detail the process of selecting, designing and constructing a high-duty 999kW wood-fired boiler installation in one of the remotest parts of the UK, while Thursday’s presentation will explore the complex world of woodfuel storage and how to get it right. Ignition 2013 is part of Greenbuild Expo, and takes place on 8th and 9th of May.
Greenbuild Expo takes place in Manchester on 8th and 9th May, once again incorporating Ignition. The event is completely free to attend and offers a packed schedule of debates, workshops and seminars, as well as exhibitors showcasing the latest green products and solutions. For the first time the 2013 event will also be home to CO2t, an event dedicated to sustainable transport.
With a dedicated seminar programme and exhibition area, Ignition13 will include advice on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). There will also be sessions on how woodfuel will work as part of Green Deal.
Following its success at the 2012 event, the Green Deal debate area will be at the heart of the show, giving visitors the chance to hear from key organisations on what Green Deal means for the built environment and how we can all make the most of this flagship green policy. The debate area will also give Green Deal providers a platform to explain how the low-carbon retrofit model works, and how everyone from installers to local authorities can get involved. In addition, the themed seminar rooms will offer sessions on everything from green materials and sustainable methods of construction, to low-carbon design and energy-saving refurbishment.