Greenbuild Expo 2012

Event details

9th - 10th May 2012
Manchester Central

About the event

Greenbuild Expo 2012 will be bigger and have even more to offer. With an extensive conference programme, with more than 100 to choose from, all FREE, it will provide comprehensive coverage for all sectors of the built environment. The programme will include a focus on Green Deal,sustainable refurbishment, as well as looking at topics such as the Code for Sustainable Homes and renewable energy, plus fabric first, .

The 2012 event will continue our 2011 training theme, with sessions tailor-made for visitors to gain real insight into a variety of topics.

These training sessions will be designed so everyone from installers to planners and include :

Energy Management taster sessions for facilities and buildings managers, public sector

Passivehaus design taster for public sector, developers, architects and consultants

MCS Installer taster sessions for PV, Solar Thermal Heat pumps and Biomass

Sustainability courses for all.


These taster sessions will enable you to find out more about the most appropriate courses for you. All training providers will be offering full course discounts and incentives for all delegates attending these sessions, so there is an additional incentive to attend.

Other highlights include our Retrofit focus where multi-site and large building owners can see what they can do to their buildings to reduce carbon emmissions, utility bills and get the best from the Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme. We’re also co-hosting the UK’s only woodfuel event Ignition12 this year, a market set to benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive . A visit to this part of the show will ensure you are aware of the latest developments in technology and legislation relating to this growing industry.

Come along to Greenbuild and take advantage of all this information, find out what works and what doesn’t for your project, product details and more, all in one place. and increase your skills and understanding of sustainable buildings.