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11 Jul, 2011

Eco green DIY building workshops at Swindon Centre July 16th

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: course|diy|DIY tips|do it yourself|Education|exhibition|Exhibitions and Shows|green|Green Eco Building|Green roof|Housing|Insulation

DIY Building save energy ratings

DIY Building save energy ratings

Exhibition and Advice on Feed-In Tariffs and Renewable Heat Incentives

Location:
The National Self Build & Renovation Centre, off M4 in Swindon
When:
Saturday 16th July 2011
10.00am to 5pm
Tickets are free in advance

Find out about recent Government changes to tariffs, ratings etc. Many experts will be there including David Hilton and reps from 4 other eco companies.

  • Micro Renewable Energy Solutions (represented by Eco Living)
  • Heating & Hot Water Solutions (Glow Worm)
  • Air & Ground Source Heat Pumps (Greenheat)
  • Solar Thermal Panels & Exhaust Air Heat Pumps (Nibe)

Plus even more experts:

  • Eco Architect Paul Richards
  • SAP Assessor Sue Dewhirst
  • Environmental Building Systems adviser Ian Jones
  • Project Management expert Bob Harris
  • Eco Materials specialist Joe Wild

And it is free. Get your tickets from here >

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