The Zero Carbon Hub has been announced as an official supporter of Ecobuild. The Hub, supported by a number of industry leading experts, will provide delegates with practical advice and guidance to help them understand current building policy and develop energy efficient, comfortable homes.
Established in 2008, the Zero Carbon Hub is a non-profit organisation that works with both government and industry with a focus on raising build standards, identifying risks, removing barriers to innovation and helping demonstrate energy efficient, healthy new homes.
At Ecobuild the Hub will bring together leading experts and organisations from across Government and the construction industry to give delegates the most up-to-date knowledge on how recent policy changes affect them and their businesses.
Rob Pannell, Managing Director of the Zero Carbon Hub, commented:
“Ecobuild is an excellent opportunity to engage the wider construction and building sustainability sectors and update them on the latest government policy. It is imperative to ensure we are doing all we can to inform the industry about how they can design and develop energy efficient homes.”
Organisations that will be supporting Zero Carbon Hub at Ecobuild include Saint-Gobain, CITB, Structural Timber Association, Innovate UK and NHBC. By working in partnership with these bodies, the Zero Carbon Hub hopes to provide a platform for delegates to discover the whole life process of ‘better buildings’ from design all the way through to products and services, testing and accreditation.
Zero Carbon Hub will be exhibiting on stand number E7045. For further information about Ecobuild 2016 which takes place from 8th to 10th March at London’s ExCeL, please visit www.ecobuild.co.uk.