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Achieving Nearly Zero Energy Building Standards

WHEN: Monday 3rd April 07:30 for 08:15
WHERE: Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

Building services engineering director Chris Croly will present at a breakfast briefing organised by Engineers Ireland on achieving nearly zero energy building standards by 2020. Chris manages the building services engineering team in the Dublin studio and ensures that it maintains its reputation as Ireland’s leading sustainable building design engineers. He has led the analysis, design and delivery of a wide range of innovative newbuild and retrofit projects in commercial and public sectors and will outline key technical and professional practice issues for delivering nearly zero energy buildings which will become mandatory for Ireland under the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive.

Chris will be joined by Kevin O’Rourke (Marchena Management Services) and Sean Armstrong (DHPCLG) and they will discuss progress on the nearly zero energy buildings (NZEB) roadmap for Ireland as well as the state of progress across EU member states. This event will also be available live on webcast here and tickets can be booked using the link below.