We’ve published the line-up for the elemental content theatres at this year’s InstallerSHOW, which runs from 27th to 29th June at the NEC.
We have two theatres at the show – Decarbonising Buildings and the Housing Hub – with a packed schedule of inspiring and informative discussion on all the latest approaches to creating buildings that are ready for net zero.
The elemental content theatres at InstallerSHOW 2023 will give visitors the tools and the connections to decarbonise existing buildings and new developments.
The topic of energy efficiency – how to tackle fuel poverty for households and keep energy costs down for businesses and organisations – is at the forefront of everyone’s mind as we grapple with record high energy prices, and will play a major part in our content at the show. There is also increased focus on water efficiency and indoor air quality, other important pieces in the net zero puzzle.
Our confirmed speakers so far include Carbon Trust, Midland Heart, DESNZ, Orbit Group, TrustMark, NHIC, Cundall, Heat Trust, Energy UK and Birmingham Energy Institute.
We have several exciting keynote speakers and hosts confirmed already, with former footballer and TV pundit Gary Neville joining us for a live Q&A – he is well known for his enthusiasm for energy-efficient buildings, plus his concerns about the number of people in fuel poverty and poor housing. We also have former housing minister Esther McVey, Greenpeace director Ed Gillespie, environmental journalists Roger Harrabin and Lucy Siegle. More names will be announced in the weeks leading up to the show.
Free registration is here: installer-2023-visitor.reg.buzz