CIBSE HVAC - Future of Building Design

London, UK
Wednesday 29th January 2020

Is there a future for HVAC systems in the UK in a net zero carbon world?

How are HVAC systems in buildings going to change in the next 10 years if we want to achieve a ‘net zero ‘ carbon? It certainly means no gas boilers, but does it mean getting rid of air-conditioning altogether?

How will we resolve the conflict of comfort between occupants wellbeing and the need to accept higher internal temperatures?

Will we see existing buildings being adapted to a mixed mode solution and others with airtight facades become ‘stranded assets’ or will we need airtight, passive house buildings with limited ventilation?

Quest speakers including Stephen Richardson of WorldGBC will present on the future of HVAC systems and attempt to resolve some of these issues and more.

https://cibse.force.com/s/lt-event?id=a1E3Y00001hK155UAC

Is there a future for HVAC systems in the UK in a net zero carbon world?

How are HVAC systems in buildings going to change in the next 10 years if we want to achieve a ‘net zero ‘ carbon? It certainly means no gas boilers, but does it mean getting rid of air-conditioning altogether?

How will we resolve the conflict of comfort between occupants wellbeing and the need to accept higher internal temperatures?

Will we see existing buildings being adapted to a mixed mode solution and others with airtight facades become ‘stranded assets’ or will we need airtight, passive house buildings with limited ventilation?

Quest speakers including Stephen Richardson of WorldGBC will present on the future of HVAC systems and attempt to resolve some of these issues and more.

https://cibse.force.com/s/lt-event?id=a1E3Y00001hK155UAC