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Warm and Safe at Home Seminar
27 Jun 17
1:00am to 5:00pm
East of England and Midlands
150 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6TB
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
NEA will be running a series of half-day seminars in June looking at current policies and initiatives that need to join up to deliver warmer, healthier, safer homes in England. Please see the NEA website for more information on the other seminars that they are holding.
The seminars will provide an overview of the current policy landscape with input from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Ofgem and NEA. A key focus will be on shaping the Energy Company Obligation post 2018, enabling NEA to gain insight from members and supporters to help shape the new scheme.
The events will also include an examination of current approaches to housing standards and enforcement, and share the findings from the rapid gas appliance repair pilot and new research into carbon monoxide safety. There will be the opportunity for further discussion, networking and questions.
The events are free to attend and will be suitable for anyone who is involved in tackling cold homes locally and nationally, including representatives from the energy industry, local authorities, housing associations, and agencies assisting vulnerable people with their energy needs. A complimentary lunch will also be available after the morning seminars and before the afternoon seminars.