TowardsNET-ZERO London – 20 November 2009 – The Tower Hotel London
The event will focus on the evolving policy frameworks, design and engineering innovations, and economic and market factors which are accelerating the shift to low energy buildings. Comprising over 25 case study presentation and interactive sessions delivered over a single intelligence-packed day, TowardsNET-ZERO London features:
Case studies of high profile low and zero energy and carbon projects, including Volvo's carbon neutral assembly plant in Ghent, the low energy The Pearl River Tower, The Empire State Building retrofit and the Elephant and Castle regeneration project, selected by The Clinton Climate Initiative as a founding member of its global Climate Positive Development Program.
Perspectives from international associations and leading government programmes representing key stakeholders, including: Architects’ Council of Europe, The Carbon Trust, EuroACE, EuBAC, Glass for Europe, E2B EI, Climate Alliance and the European Commission Joint Research Centre's Green Building Programme, WWF, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Analyses of the impacts of EU policy and the European stimulus package on the market for energy efficiency services and products, delivered by the International Energy Agency, McKinsey and Energy Efficiency in Buildings European Initiative