Event: Energy House 2.0 – Virtual Launch Event, 12 November 20
Start date: 12/11/2020
Cost: Free, To book your place, please register via link
Construction has begun on Energy House 2.0, a major £16m test facility that will explore future issues facing the housing market in the areas of energy systems and energy efficiency…
The University of Salford has led the way in using innovative whole house methods to help businesses quickly bring new products and services to market.
Energy House 2.0 represents a major step forward that will allow the exploration of new build and retrofit innovations in conditions that replicate 95% of the global population. Temperatures between -20°C and 40°C, wind, solar, rain and snow can all be simulated allowing innovators to explore global markets.
The Energy House Laboratories team would like to invite you to attend the virtual launch event on Thursday November 12th between 10:00 and 11:00.
At the event, there will be an update on:
- Progress made on the Energy House 2.0 laboratory construction
- Learn about the capabilities of this new test facility
- Hear how Energy House 2.0 will support innovation and accelerate the development of new products and construction techniques
- And, most importantly, how you can become involved.
At this exclusive event you will also hear from a range of speakers, including:
- Kwasi Kwarteng, Minister for Clean Growth (invited)
- Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester (invited)
- Professor Helen Marshall, Vice Chancellor
- Greg Jackson, Chief Executive of Octopus Energy
- Oliver Novakovic, Barratt Homes
- Professor Will Swan, Director of Energy House Laboratories
- Dr Richard Fitton, Energy House 2 Research Lead
- Bowmer + Kirkland (invited)
- Karolis Petruskevicius (Homely Energy Ltd)
- Keith Rimmer (Thermocill Ltd)
- Lisa Furlong (Furlong Innovations Ltd)
To book your place, please click link here
The Energy House 2.0 project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund which supports our collaboration with small and medium sized businesses.
To find out more about Energy House 2.0: