Join us for the latest series of Future Thinking seminars, designed especially for building services consultants.
The Road to Zero Carbon
The UK government has set a “Zero Carbon” target for 2050 – a massive challenge demanding all kinds of changes. Already underway are Smart City projects around the UK, a new London Plan, a review of Part L of the Building Regulations and the adoption of SAP10 and SBEM changes. All of these policies will drive a rapid shift from fossil fuel based heating systems to heat pumps as the solution of choice for collective heating and cooling.
So join Future Thinking seminar series 11, hosted in six Smart Cities around the UK in November, where we’ll be focusing on what legislative changes mean for the built environment and how Daikin can support the forthcoming transition towards a zero carbon electric future.
Discover how the new legislative landscape will aff ect your design decisions. Join us from 6pm for a CPD accredited seminar, followed by buffet, drinks and excellent networking opportunities
|13 November||London||Top floor, 7 Harp Lane
|14 November||Manchester||King Street Town House||Finished|
|19 November||Glasgow||Blythswood Square Hotel||Finished|
|26 November||Birmingham||Hyatt Regency||Finished|
|27th November||London||Top floor, 7 Harp Lane||Finished|
|28 November||Bristol||Floating Harbour Studio||Finished|
|30 January||Southampton||Southampton University (Avenue Campus)||Finished|
|4 March||Newcastle||St James's Park||Here|
Graham Wright MBA, FInstR , MICM
President, Heat Pump Association
Graham Wright is Daikin UK’s Legislation & Compliance Manager and now President of the Heat Pump Association. Graham is a mechanical engineer who has worked in the air conditioning industry for 35 years. He has project managed some of the largest chiller projects in London and worked in product marketing and engineering across Europe for 3 major AC manufactures. Graham is currently responsible for reviewing existing and pending EU and UK legislation appertaining to the heating air conditioning sector, specifically in Part L, BREEAM, and EN standards complete with the associated legal requirements within the industry. He also participates in industry groups with FETA, Heat Pump Association, BEMA, HPA, MCS, and HHIC., Graham also Chairs FETA AC Technical Committee, and is Vice President of the HPA.
Product Manager - DX, Daikin UK
Martin Passingham is Product Manager, DX at Daikin UK. Previously, Martin held a long career in product marketing roles with BOC Ltd and the Linde Group respectively. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College, London and is a member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers and an MBA from Cranfield. Martin’s role incorporates product management for the DX range and the training department.