The Insulated Render and Cladding Association (INCA
) has secured a first rate line up of speakers for its 2011 Conference & Exhibition on Wednesday 12 October, which will showcase external wall insulation (EWI
) and the fundamental role it has to play in improving the energy performance of UK homes and businesses.
Over 200 delegates from Local Authorities, Housing Associations, architects, consultants and contractors will hear from the following at the forefront of developing the UK’s green strategy:
Paul Morrell OBE
, the Government’s Chief Construction Adviser, will deliver the keynote speech outlining the Government’s Low Carbon Construction Action Plan Michelle Frew, Head of Green Deal Delivery at DECC
, will give an exclusive insight into the latest thinking on the Green Deal as the Government consults on the draft regulations around this time Nigel Dewbery, Managing Director of E.ON
Property Services, will explain the new Energy Company Obligation (ECO) to be implemented from December 2012 Matt Roberts, Head of Investment and Maintenance at Salix Homes, will present the Green Deal pilot project which is currently being run in Manchester Dr Paul Davidson, Director of Sustainability for BRE, will provide an overview of thermal performance standards and their role in delivering high levels of energy efficiency.
Supported by E.ON
UK, Housing Association magazine and QA National Warranties, the one-day event at Manchester’s stunning international concert venue, The Bridgewater Hall, will be hosted by leading Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly, who will also present the INCA
2011 Awards recognising the leading EWI
projects from the last year.
Chairman David Harrison said:
“With the launch of the Green Deal in October 2012, the demand for EWI
is going to soar and it is essential that the industry understands what it needs to do to meet the required standards. The high profile speakers at this year’s INCA
Conference & Exhibition will highlight the contribution that EWI
can make in terms of meeting the UK’s carbon reduction targets. It is an event not to be missed for those involved in the design and specification of UK buildings.”
For further information, contact INCA
: T: 0844 249 0040 E: firstname.lastname@example.org