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London HEVAR seminar programme announced

Welcome to the new-look seminar programme for London HEVAR which takes place on September 22 and September 23 at the Royal Horticultural Halls in Victoria.
London HEVAR seminar programme announced
New to the exhibition is a series of round-table discussions which will take place during the lunch period with a number of industry experts who will be available to discuss legislation, equipment, best practice, new policies or, indeed, any other problems. Visitors must book their session as spaces are necessarily limited.

The seminar programme is split under three headings. Implementation, Business driver and Technology. It will run alongside the exhibition.

Seminar Programme

Wednesday September 22 2010

Implementation Theatre

10.00 - 12.00 HVCA SESSION

SAFE AND SOUND - How Health and Safety Regulation is driving the Building Services Agenda
(Jack McDavid, Chair)

  • Playing with Fire
  • - Jim Murray, HVCA Ductwork Group

  • Handle with Care (F-gas)
  • - Graeme Fox, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration European Association (AREA) with Steve Crocker, REFCOM

  • A Sum of the Parts (Building Regulations)
  • - Bob Towse, HVCA Head of Technical and Safety with Mike Malina, M&E Sustainability

  • Missing the Point (Information Overload)
  • - David Churcher, HVCA Information Overload Campaign


    13.30 - 15.30 PANEL DEBATE: RENEWABLES - THE CONTROLS AND THE CASH

    The rapidly shifting economic climate has cast doubt about many aspects of funding for renewable projects including the long-term availability of public subsidies and the shortage of private sector cash. This debate draws together experts from across the industry to look at how control systems can ensure renewables deliver on their promises - both in terms of carbon saving and financial payback - and where the future funding is coming from:
    (Ewen Rose, Chair)

  • Controls - The Key to Sustainability
  • - Ian Ellis, Siemens

  • Feed In Tariffs (including photovoltaic)
  • - Chet Lad, Br Gas New Energy

  • Grants - Roderick Pettigrew, deputy chief executive, HVCA

  • Low v No carbon
  • - David Frise, M&E Sustainability

  • Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRCs)
  • - Bill Wright, M&E Sustainability

    Business Driver Theatre

    10.00 - 11.00 Payments as a Contractual Option
    - Professor Rudi Klein, Specialist Engineering Contractors' Group

    11.15 - 12.00 Energy Efficient heating and Chilled Wet Systems
    - Bryan Barlow, Spirotech

    13.30 - 14.00 Low V No Carbon: Practical Solutions
    - Jim O'Neil, M&E Sustainability

    Serious questions have been raised about the government's targets for delivering zero carbon buildings - both in terms of cost and practical engineering. M&E Sustainability chairman Jim O'Neil argues that by focusing on the implementation of a 'low rather than zero carbon' programme, the country will achieve far greater carbon emission reductions and secure essential cost savings.

    14.30 - 15.30 Launch of BSRIA and CIBSE Commissioning Water Service Codes and and Job Book Guides
    - Chris Parsloe and Glenn Hawkins

    BSRIA and CIBSE have been working on new guidance for commissioning water systems. Critically they have ensured that the guidance given in the two publications, CIBSE Code W and BSRIA Guide BG2/2010 are the same. Chris Parsloe is the author of the Code and the Guide about the new advice on dealing with tolerances in ultra low flow rates systems and other changes. Glenn Hawkins has compiled BSRIA's new 'Commissioning Job Book', a sister volume to BSRIA's popular Building Services Job Book, will talk on the commissioning process.

    15.45 - 16.30 Smarter Procurement for Social Housing
    - Professor Peter Woolliscroft, Cyntra

    This presentation will bring to life CLIP, the Integrated procurement model for the UK Social Housing agenda, recognising the key roles played by SMEs, which bring the technologies, experience and expertise that are increasingly influential in this very relevant and important sector.

    Technology Theatre

    10.00 - 12.00 An update on Heat Pump Technology
    - Heat Pump Association

    An overview of both air and ground source heat pumps, including efficiency and cost comparisons and a report on the latest grants and incentives available.

    13.30 - 14.00 An update on the Regulation to Minimise F-Gas Emissions
    - Graeme Fox, AREA

    Graeme Fox will present the most up-to-date results of AREA's research into how effective the regulation has been to date; where emissions have been reduced; by how much and could we do better? The seminar will be an opportunity for industry to register its response to the European Review to ensure contractors and end users are totally effective in implementing these regulations.

    14.15 - 14.45 The Countdown to F-Gas Training Certification
    - Kelvin Kelly, Business Edge Ltd

    15.00 - 15.30 A Guide to Rainwater Harvesting Systems
    - Ron Eunson, WILO

    15.45 - 16.30
    -TBA

    Thursday September 23 2010


    Implementation Theatre

    10.00 - 12.00 CIBSE SESSION

    THE LAW, THE MONEY AND YOU - Things are changing again so this session will help you implement austerity measures and keep on the right side of the law
    (Jacqueline Balian, Chair)

  • Part L Update - What's new, what's tighter & what's trickier:
  • Richard Hipkiss, i-Prophets

  • Air Conditioning - What's wrong with yours:
  • Darren Jones, Low Carbon UK

  • Post Occupancy - how well are your user's needs being met?:
  • Rob Manning, president of CIBSE

    13.30 - 16.30 PANEL DEBATE: BUILDING MOTs - A Structured Approach to Total Energy Management

    This session calls for Continuous Commissioning as the most effective way to save money, highlighting sub-metering and monitoring to demonstrate energy inefficient practices and Display Energy Certificates (DECs) to communicate success.
    (Mike Malina, Chair)

  • Improving Energy Performance in Buildings
  • - Ant Wilson, AECOM

  • Displaying Energy Certificates: the new FM tool
  • - Alan Aldridge, Energy Service and Technology Association

  • Sub-metering and Monitoring for energy reduction and equipment diagnostics
  • - Lisa Wilkinson, TMAC technologies

  • Continuous Commissioning: the most effective way to save money
  • - Mike Malina, Energy Solutions Associates and M& E Sustainability

    Business Driver Theatre

    10.00 - 10.45 Improving Procurement to Deliver the Low Carbon Agenda
    - Martin Davies, Synopsis Ltd, Strategic Forum's Integrated Task Group, Consultant to the Office of Government Commerce

    Martin Davis proposes how improved procurement processes that bring together at the outset integrated collaborative teams of consultants, construction and FM managers, specialists and key suppliers backed by their supply chains and underpinned by integrated project insurance can deliver 'more for less', and give an insight into the efficiencies, potential innovation, and rewards of a new virtual-company culture.

    11.00 - 12.00Double Standards: an explanation of UK and European fire damper regulations -
    Barry Trewhiitt, TROX UK

    13.00 - 15.30Efficient Heating Systems: practical no nonsense advice for the industry
    - BEAMA, UHMA, DECC, HPA and others

    Forget the weird and the wonderful, the focus this afternoon is on tried and tested heat sources, emitters and controls for the commercial and domestic properties, the design issues and the latest news on the grant and legislation framework plus relevant case studies and Q and As.

    Technology Theatre

    10.00 - 10.30 Climacheck Performance Analysis/ System Optimisation and Fri3Oil System Flushing
    - Mike Creamer, Business Edge Ltd

    10.45 - 11.15 A Guide to Rainwater Harvesting Systems
    - Ron Eunson, WILO

    11.30 - 12.15 Supporting Services and Amenities on Flat Roofs
    - Rob Jackson, Big Foot Systems

    13.30 - 14.00 A profile of Gripple's innovative engineered suspension solutions for the HVAX and M&E industries
    - Peter Moore, Gripple

    14.15 - 14.45 Reducing BMS Costs through Effective IT Integration
    - Andy Camsell, CWB Controls

    15.00 - 15.30 Temperature Logging with Barcode Technology
    - Tom Sensier, TM Electronics

    To pre-register for the London HEVAR exhibition and/or the seminars, go to www.hevar.co.uk
    13 July 2010

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