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The Buildings & Energy Efficiency event opens in November

Calum McConnachie, Deputy Editor of B&EE Magazine and conference organiser, introduces the new B&EE Event.

New for 2015, the Buildings & Energy Efficiency event (B&EE) sponsored by Armstrong and Zero Carbon Future will be taking place alongside established sustainable build show Greenbuild Expo in Manchester Central on 10th and 11th November. B&EE is a show dedicated to improving Britain’s commercial buildings.

New legislation designed to improve the performance of Britain’s non-domestic buildings such as ESOS or MEES is coming ever closer and will come into law over the course of the next few years. Combine these new laws with an inevitable rise in bills; ensuring your building is not wasting you money is vital for any business or organisation. Indeed in some cases, a building may even allow you to generate income.

B&EE has been developed to act as a hub of information, where business professionals and across the built environment can get together to better understand energy efficiency. It is a space where architectural designers, contractors can discuss potential projects with facilities managers, financial directors, energy managers or building owners.

The show will cater for businesses large and small, for those who are already on the energy efficiency journey and for those who have yet to start. With a conference programme that promises to be interesting and provide enlightening discussion about issues and solutions, B&EE is the show to attend if you want to improve your energy efficiency.

CBxchange will be leading a number of important sessions in our conference over the course of the two days. The seminars will cover important subjects such as Occupant Behaviour and the Performance Gap as well as taking part in leading discussions across our panel discussions.

B&EE will run in tandem with Greenbuild Expo, the premier show for the built environment professional. This year’s Greenbuild Expo will focus on a number of different subjects, with a number of talks from the Passivhaus Trust, the BRE will be discussing its new Home Quality Mark and IES will discuss its work with Glasgow City Council on its Energy App.

To get the latest news and information about the shows, head to www.beeexpo.co.uk or www.greenbuildexpo.co.uk and follow us on Twitter: @B_EEonline & @GreenbuildExpo