Seeley International have announced a national roadshow series that will focus on a zero emissions future. Industry experts from various backgrounds will congregate to discuss customer challenges and the HVAC solutions that can be used to create valuable commercial propositions.
“With heating, ventilation, and air conditioning found in virtually every contemporary Australian building, HVAC&R now accounts for approximately 40% of total building energy consumption, 70% of base building consumption^ and represents more than 11% of all Australian emissions*. That is why it is critical for the industry to be able to confidently work with customers to develop energy-efficient solutions which achieve a win for their bottom line and ultimately a win for the environment,” -Seeley International Group Managing Director, Mr Jon Seeley.
“Sustainable Buildings: Preparing for a Zero Emissions Future & Implications for HVAC” will offer attendees with energy-efficient solutions to the rapid changes that loom ahead as the industry undergoes a sustainability transformation.
|WA||Mark McKenna, Global Sustainability Group Leader – NDY
Graham Agar, Director – Full Circle Design
Phill Raso, WA CitySwitch Program Manager – City of Perth
|28th March 2019, Perth Hilton|
|VIC||Jack Wardale, Senior Mechanical Engineer – AECOM
Nick Balgue, Manager – Sustainable Business – Sustainability Victoria
|21st March 2019, Melbourne Marriott|
|NSW||Alan Fok, Senior Sustainability Engineer – WSP
Adele Bouquerel, Senior Project Manager – NABERS
|4th April 2019, Kirribilli Club|
|QLD||Nicki Parker, Sustainability Manager – NDY
Jerad Ford, Manager Strategic Advisory – CSIRO
|3rd April 2019, Novotel Southbank, Brisbane|
|SA||Paul Davy, Director – dsquared Consulting
Marnie Hope, Manager, Carbon Neutral Adelaide – City of Adelaide
|11th April 2019, Pullman Adelaide|
Registration for each of the free 90 minute events is available here. Bookings can be secured on a first-in basis and strictly close 10 days prior to each event, unless fully booked beforehand. All events are set to start at 5.30pm, with presentations commencing from 6pm followed by networking over drinks and canapes.