Salford University to Host Conference on Renewable Energy Developments
The latest energy-saving developments in underfloor heating are just one of the topics to be showcased in the new year at the Green Power Forum (GPF). the University of Salford’s remarkable Eco Energy Hub is the venue for the forum, which will take place in January. It is a state-of-the-art testing and development facility,, which contains a full-sized terraced test house which is the guinea pig for projects and experiments concerning new renewable energy and energy-saving methods, the current research being done is on various energy-saving technologies which can be retrofitted into existing properties, including new underfloor heating methods, innovative insulation and carbon reduction systems.
GPF chairman Mark McManus said: “The Green Power Forum has a proven track record of delivering conferences which offer training in the latest microgeneration technologies. It is therefore fitting that we will be holding our next conference at the Eco Energy Hub which is at the forefront of green energy. As well as attracting high profile speakers, the GPF conference will provide an opportunity to promote the individual technologies which are being tested at the centre and how they can best be deployed in commercial and domestic properties.