Getting ready for November’s conference season


Getting ready for November’s conference season

Education Estates focuses on the funding, design, build, management and maintenance of schools, colleges and universities across the UK.

Whether you are preparing for an upcoming project or looking for solutions and ideas to current challenges; Education Estates – the largest gathering of Education Buildings Professionals from across the UK, will enable you to achieve your objectives.

Education Estates is put together by the industry, for the industry and has the support of the Education & Skills Funding Agency.

On day two, Net Zero Buildings’ founder Neil Gething will be delivering a seminar on “Sustainable, Intelligent Electric Buildings for Education Estates”. Just under 40% of CO2 emissions are caused by transportation and just over 40% are due to the built environment. In transportation, Tesla and other enlightened automotive businesses are driving the transition to the net zero vehicle. But who is leading the transition to the net zero school environment? That’s our mission.

Save money on building costs – both capital and operating costs – whilst putting sustainability at the heart of your plans

How MATs and smaller education establishments can implement a sustainability policy to deliver new, non-traditional building methods

Equipping school leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver net zero energy, net zero carbon buildings

Improving value for money and generating return on investment over the life of the school buildings

Principles for good practice in leading sustainable building projects

What does energy efficiency look like and what are net zero buildings? What does this mean, what are the measurable benefits, and why should you build this into your policy decisions? How much does it cost, and can buildings really cost nothing to run? Yes! Why and how we need to move on from traditionally constructed new buildings.

We’ll also have an exhibition stand across both days, stand number E13.

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