Have you wondered...
How energy efficient is my building and can I make it more cost-efficient?
How would I cope with a cyber attack?
How do I keep on top of the latest legislation affecting building services?
What is the Wellbeing Standard and what does it mean for building users?
How can I benefit from the Internet of Things?
Is my plant room technology failing to deliver?
The answers to these, and other crucial questions, can be discovered at the Building Services Forum where leading industry experts will explain the latest legislation, new technology and the benefits that it can bring.
Headline sponsor Rehema’s general manager - CHP, Mike Hefford said: “With ever-tighter legislative and environmental requirements in place to reduce energy use in buildings, consultants and M&E engineers must increasingly introduce low carbon technologies like Combined Heat and Power (CHP) into heating system designs to achieve compliance.
“So why do we still hear reports of underperforming CHP units that fail to deliver the anticipated money or carbon savings?”
FETA chief executive, Russell Beattie, who will be introducing the seminar programme said: “We are keen to support this event, exploring as it does the challenges and opportunities for the future of building services. Ultimately, this is in the interests of everybody across our society – and indeed wider, if we take an environmental view – and not just our own members.”
The event is also supported by industry bodies BESA, BSRIA, ECA, and KNX UK.
Don't waste a minute. Book your pass now to avoid disappointment at www.buildingservicesforum.london