Please see below for upcoming events for registered the Midlands Energy Professionals.
If you would like to attend, please purchase tickets via the links below or if you have any questions you can contact us and we will be happy to help.
Each year, MEP holds its “Annual Event” which forms an extension to our CPD Programme. We bring together a wide range of experts from our industry and related professionals to address topics of current and developing matters that have an impact on the work we do.
This event offers 5 hours of CPD and is popular with both members and non-members alike. There is a modest charge for the day which covers the costs of the day and includes lunch. Members benefit from a discounted fee and there is also a further discount offered to those who book early.
Previous MEP events have been leading edge, capturing key themes and speakers and can be found below.
KEY NOTE – Future Homes Standard – Dr Monica Mateo-Garcia (Birmingham City University)
Day also included: Updates on PAS20235/2038, SAP10, Detailing, Ventilation & Overheating, Renewables
KEY NOTE – Looking forward to development in our sector – Andrew Parkin – Chair of PEPA
Day also included: Initial look at Future Homes Standard, developments in Retrofit, LAD3/HUG1-2, changes in ECO4, Building Regulations and PAS2038
KEY NOTE 1 – The Challenges Facing Us – David Pierpoint – The Retrofit Academy
KEY NOTE 2 – Ready For Change – Andrew Parkin – Chair Pepa
Day also included: BEIS update, ECO3, Condensation & Damp; renewables, digital floor plans
KEY NOTE 1 – Building Regulations Post-Grenfell – Gavin Dunn – Ceo, Cabe
KEY NOTE 2 – A Bright Future For Energy Assessment – Stuart Fairlie – Elmhurst
Day also included: Being a Leader in Quality; The changing face of energy advice; Update on Quality Mark Scheme; Update on Quality Mark Scheme for Assessors.
KEY NOTE 1 – MEES – Energy efficiency across tenures – Gavin Smart – Dep CEO (CIH)
KEY NOTE 2 – Quality Mark – Simon Ayers – Trustmark; Stephen Huller – BNP Paribas
Day also included: MEES impact on domestic and non-domestic sectors; MEES exemptions; Quality Mark for assessors; The future of EPCs
KEY NOTE 1 – Dr Peter Bonfield – Author Of The Each Home Counts Report.
Day also included: Domestic and Non-domestic trends and opportunities; SAP vs RdSAP – pros and cons; helping landlords achieve E Ratings; Section 63; ESOS (round 1) results. Multiple workshops for domestic and non-domestic assessors