South Coast green breakfast - making the green deal a great
Blake Lapthorn, B&Q and KPMG were delighted to welcome David
Adams, Head of Retrofit at Willmott Dixon to its fourth South Coast
green breakfast which took place on Tuesday 24 April 2012.
We were joined by David Adams, Head of Retrofit at Willmott
Dixon Re-Thinking Ltd and a Director at the Zero Carbon Hub where
he has led Task Groups on Energy Efficiency.
With the cost of energy soaring, increasing concern over
security of supply and investment in green jobs creeping up the
political agenda a new flagship coalition policy, the Green Deal is
taking shape. The policy sets the ambition to provide upfront
capital to enable homeowners to invest to cut energy use and make
their home more comfortable to live in. The sheer scale of the
targets trying to be delivered, the multitude of standards and
safeguards that need to be met and the levels of investment by
multiple players in the market make this a topic that induces much
David Adams was instrumental in establishing the notion of ‘Pay
as you Save’, has been heavily involved in shaping standards for
‘Zero Carbon’ homes and at Willmott Dixon Energy Services is
formulating strategy for one of the top ten Green Deal providers.
David will share his thoughts on how the land lies, set out some of
the challenges that lie ahead and provide his thoughts on just how
small business, local authorities and community groups can join in
to make the Green Deal a great deal.
We are also holding breakfasts on the following dates:
New Kings Court
Tuesday 24 April 2012
7.30 am - 9.30 am
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