World nZEB Forum to take place in Dun Laoghaire this November

NZEB or “Nearly Zero Energy Buildings” means a building with a very high energy performance supported significantly by renewable energy. It’s the future, and by 1st November 2019 – it will be mandatory.

All construction types will have to meet the standards as outlined by NZEB come November 2019, which means that it’s vital for all involved in construction to understand what that means for them and how they can prepare themselves for these important changes.

The World nZEB Forum, a two-day event focused on these changes, will be taking place in Dún Laoghaire on the 13th and 14th of November.

With 25 expert speakers lined up to impart their experience and knowledge, this year’s World nZEB Forum will showcase the very best in expertise, design, case study buildings, and innovative products.

Wicklow-based architectual firm MosArt will be sponsoring the event and co-founder Tomas O’Leary will be a guest speaker at the conference alongside a host of international experts.

Also included in this two-day event, ticket holders have the added benefit of a full day of Workshops in Dún Laoghaire including in-depth site visits, culminating in the main event in Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel Killiney.

Limited Early Bird tickets are available now at until 30th September, so act fast and guarantee your place in the future of the building industry.

The World nZEB Forum is RIAI accredited and attendees are eligible for up to 12 CPD points.

For more information on events and speakers at the World nZEB Forum, or to book your early bird tickets, please visit the World nZEB Forum website.


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