Achieving the Green Dream - tomorrows technology today (Green Dream 2010)

Venue: Telstra Conference Centre

Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Event Date/Time: Sep 16, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 17, 2010
Registration Date: Sep 14, 2010
Early Registration Date: Aug 25, 2010
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Achieving the Green Dream: Tomorrows Technology Today - 16-17 September - Melbourne, Australia

Following the success of the inaugural event in Brisbane last year, AIRAH is hosting the second Achieving the Green Dream conference.

There is a formidable array of new building technology that is designed to improve sustainability and energy efficiency in buildings but which is stretching the skills and understanding of those who implement it.

“The idea behind the Achieving the Green Dream conference is to identify the new technologies confronting those who work in our industry, and to better prepare them for the challenges they face,” Price says.
“As building services specialists, we are increasingly involved in new sustainability-driven technologies in buildings. This is also becoming increasingly true of many players in our industry, from consultants through to installers, maintainers and suppliers. Because the HVAC/mechanical services industry is the traditional engineering ‘owner’ of energy systems in buildings we often have the responsibility for all this new technology, so it makes sense to build a comprehensive knowledge base. “
“Achieving the Green Dream will focus on the need to gain practical knowledge about implementing new technologies of sustainable design and delivering energy-efficient buildings for the future.”

The conference will cover the following and more:
Thermal storage
Active facades
Heat recovery systems
Absorption chillers
Solar cooling
Wind generation
Bio mass boilers
Grey/black-water systems

Who should attend
• Design engineers and consultants
• Mechanical service contractors
• Systems designers
• System installers
• Service personnel
• Building operators
• Facility managers
• Equipment suppliers


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