Carlo Gavazzi Sponsor the Building Services Forum

Posted in Carlo Gavazzi at Trade Shows by Alison on June 7th 2017

 

 

Carlo Gavazzi sponsor the Building Services Forum

Carlo Gavazzi is delighted to be one of the sponsors of the new Building Services Forum, a one day event to be held at London’s Building Centre on 8th February 2018.  The Smart Building Services Forum is the UK’s first serious event, for serious subjects such as smart buildings and energy management.  A perfect platform with a fresh new perspective for those people who want to reduce their organisations energy consumption and maximise efficiency costs within the smart building environment.

“Meeting the demands of intelligent buildings depends on the flexibility of the infrastructure keeping up with the pace of change. The Building Services Forum is the only event that brings industry expertise and knowledge together, to provide the perfect platform for you to meet leading manufacturers, listen to the experts at the conference and learn about cutting edge best practice” comments Alan Hickman Managing Director, Carlo Gavazzi UK Ltd.

By joining us at the event, you will learn how we are committed to helping you reduce your fuel bills and carbon footprint.  You will be up to date with the latest technologies as well as meeting lots of like-minded people who share our passion. You will be joining fellow professionals as well as industry leaders.


Alan Hickman explains that Carlo Gavazzi will support the technical seminar programme with a CIBSE CPD approved presentation; “We are delighted to be contributing. Mark Rimell, energy specialist for Carlo Gavazzi will explain how consuming less energy is about getting the technology right and the implementation of an effective metering strategy can be used as part of any energy and CO2 reduction plan to improve a buildings performance and in turn will reduce fuel bills and carbon footprint”.

The International Energy Association (IEA) argues that there is massive potential for improved energy efficiency in buildings. It says that up to 82% of energy efficiency measures remain untapped in buildings today; up to half of this energy efficiency potential can be realised through improved control of the building and the integration of systems that work together. It’s worth remembering that energy is 40% of the life costs and 50% of the running costs of a building. Managing these costs effectively requires monitoring and control systems to work together in harmony. Let us show you how at the Building Services Forum. 

 

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