Low Carbon Homes Heat Pumps for Installers


After a long period of reliable demand for one type of heating technology, heating installers are having to make difficult choices to ensure their livelihood can survive, in a new era where gas is no longer the first fuel of choice for space heating and hot water.

The ground-breaking ‘Heat Pumps for Installers’ Meet-Up, to be held on Wednesday 6th July, 8.30am-11.30am online provides the opportunity to ask questions to those who are already experienced in heat pump installations and find out what’s involved with pivoting a heating business to roll with the punches.

Drop in any time and get direct access to discuss the issues and get your questions answered with a network of distributors and fellow installers, as well as those in Government driving policy and regulatory change.

With a series of short presentations available live or on-demand (no need to worry about being late or stuck in traffic!), and a virtual conference space with “tables” which participants can join to ask questions or contribute to discussions, installers can drop in for an hour or two and get one-to-one advice on how to move into heat pump installations or scale up a business that’s already started on that path.

The Meet-Up format recreates and enhances the ‘distributor day out’ experience in terms of socialising and learning by talking to fellow installers, but with additional advantages of flexibility.

Tickets are free – go to https://bit.ly/HeatPumpsInstallREG to get yours.

Low carbon homes Meet-Up Heat pumps for installers

Low Carbon Homes Birmingham Retrofit Summit


Birmingham City Council are delighted to be lead partner for their second Low Carbon Homes event to progress retrofit for the city. Join us over the mornings of 20-22 Sept 2022 for daily online sessions and hear from Birmingham and the UK’s low carbon leaders to discover how the city is planning to lead the way.  

Over the three mornings, you’ll be able to see examples of completed retrofit projects, hear about ongoing work in the social housing sector and learn more about the plans to meet the work and skills challenges we currently face in the retrofit sector. You will also have an opportunity to learn about the innovative ways to pay for retrofitting of homes.  

Daily sessions are held online each morning between 0845-1200hrs and are free to attend. At the Manchester event, expect to:   

  • Hear focused talks from some of the city’s and UK’s leading retrofit experts and practitioners 
  • Get the latest on retrofit best-practice, research and case-studies, local policy and future projects 
  • Network with attendees and local stakeholders 
  • Join live discussions and Q&As with speakers 

There are huge commercial opportunities around retrofit in Birmingham and many socio-economic ‘co-benefits’ for Birmingham residents. 

Low carbon homes essex retrofit summit

Solar & Storage LIVE 2022

NEC, Birmingham

Get Ready Solar & Storage Live is around the corner
The solar, storage and EV industries in the UK are going from strength to strength. There is no
better place for the community to meet, share ideas and do business than Solar & Storage Live from
18-20 October at the NEC.
There’s something for everyone; more than 150 exhibitors, a high-level conference, a start up and
innovation zone, a poster zone, strategic partners to network with and much more.

Click here to find out more and register for the event:

Solar and Storage live 2022