Wednesday 27th April 2022 @2:00pm
Hosted by Steve Rufus, Vice-President and Head of Profession, Engineering, SPACES
Beata Blachut and Jonathon Hunter-Hill, SAV Systems will be discussing the steps required to drive schools towards Net Zero. It focuses on achieving energy savings and improving energy efficiency before moving on to integration of low carbon heat plant and ongoing monitoring. Specific topics covered include reducing heat loss, MVHR, reducing flow temperatures and increased delta Ts, automatic hydronic balancing, thermal storage, hybrid plant rooms (heat pumps, CHP, and boilers), delivery of DHW using HIUs, and monitoring to achieve Net Zero.
Beata Blachut: Head of Strategic Business Development – Technical, is an enthusiastic energy specialist with in-depth practical knowledge in the field of renewable energy, low carbon technologies, heat networks and climate change. A wide range of expertise centred upon the design and operation of heat networks (with focus on energy centres with CHPs, heat pumps and electric boilers; variable volume systems, HIUs, metering and monitoring). Active member of industry associations and advice groups with insight into energy policy. Contributor to CIBSE Heat Networks Design Guide. Frequently participating in conferences and trade fairs in Denmark, Germany, and Italy. Working within the UK Building Services sector for last 15 years.
Jonathon Hunter Hill: Sector Manager – Education is a passionate advocate for MVHR, Jonathon is the Product Manager for AirMaster decentralized MVHR and Energi Raven, with a wider emphasis on improving energy efficiency in schools to meet our Net Zero goals. Jonathon has worked with many local authorities over the years. With an existing relationship to The City of Edinburgh Council, in April 2021, he secured Passivhaus Component Certification for one of AirMaster’s MVHR units. Following university, Jonathon joined SAV Systems and has worked there for the past 9 years.
The webinar is hosted on webinarjam and you can register to attend here.