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Welcome to Webinar Wednesdays!

To keep you up to date with the latest in energy and sustainability regulation, tune in to our regular webinars.

Our team will keep you one step ahead in an ever-changing world, so you can design effectively, build well and reduce risk. Oh and it’s free!

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Webinar Wednesday #17 - 26th August, 10:00am

If you specialise in non-residential development or you’re developing in this sector for the first time, our next webinar may be just what you need. We’re covering How to Address BREEAM and Other Energy Requirements in Non-Domestic Developments

Our team of specialists will help you understand:

  • The regulatory and policy requirements you need to address and when
  • How to reduce risk through the design and tender process
  • Key BREEAM requirements and how to overcome them
  • Common pitfalls to watch out for

We’ll be dropping in a sneaky quiz (just to make sure you were paying attention!) as well as leaving some time at the end for Q&A.

So if that sounds like your cup of tea, sign yourself up, stick the kettle on and get ready to explore what’s on the horizon.

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Meet this week's presenting team

You’re in great hands with this dynamic trio, whether you work on developments in London or the rest of the UK.

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Aaron Perry

Technical Team Leader

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Aaron Perry

Technical Team Leader

aaronp@energistuk.co.uk
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Sarah Appleton

Client Relationship Manager

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Sarah Appleton

Client Relationship Manager

saraha@energistuk.co.uk
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Will Orriss-Baxter

Senior Energy and Sustainability Specialist

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Will Orriss-Baxter

Senior Energy and Sustainability Specialist

willob@energistuk.co.uk
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“I found the webinar well thought out and well presented. Jon was very informative and the content was very well presented.
Overall the webinar was very delivered very professionally.”

Brian Lavelle, Blueprint Architectural – on The Future Homes Standard and SAP 10.1 webinar held on 06/05/2020

Coming up in the Webinar Wednesday Series...

We’ll  be announcing new topics each week via email for you to sign up to and reserve your place. Get in quick though, as we’ll be offering a limited number of spaces on each, so that we can keep them interactive and include live Q and A sessions. And if you have any burning topics you’d like us to cover, just get in touch and put in a request. Let’s keep talking and make sure we’re in the best possible position to hit the ground running when life gets back to some form of normality.

Coming up in the series:

9th September 10:00am – Residential Energy and Sustainability: What the requirements are and how to address them – Register Now

Please sign up each week to secure your place.

Missed one of our recent webinars? Catch up here.

We’re keeping our last three webinars available on-demand for you to catch up on those you missed. These will be updated every Wednesday.

  • Webinar Wednesdays #16 - The Future Homes Standard and SAP 10.1

    8th August 10:00am

    With significant changes to energy efficiency regulations on the horizon, Jon Ponting and Sam Higgs take you through the Future Homes Standard and SAP 10.1, joined by our guests Simon Watts and Sunny Vashisht from Mitsubishi Electric who discussed the future of air source heat pumps.

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  • Webinar Wednesdays #15 - Balancing Overheating and Acoustic Constraints

    29th July, 10:00am

    In partnership with Auricl Consulting, we discuss the tricky business of Balancing Overheating and Acoustic Constraints to ensure you can navigate your way through these two often conflicting topics.

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  • Webinar Wednesday #14 - Managing Thermal Bridging and Condensation Risk

    15th July, 12:30pm

    Jon Ponting and Helen Williams take you through when to address Thermal Bridging, regulatory requirements around both Thermal Bridging and Condensation risk, and how these may change in future.

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