Roundtable discussion on the Future Direction of Alternative Energy
At the forthcoming forum of the Assets & Repairs Directors, we will host a round table with Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Services at Worcester Bosch. With over 40 years of experience in the heating industry, Martyn will share insights into the current landscape and future direction for alternative energy.
Come and join the debate:
- Understand the current Heat and Buildings Strategy
- Hear about Hydrogen trials and best practice
- Learn which technologies the Government are acknowledging.
- Share best practice and learn from director peers.
Designed for those in Assets & Repairs director roles, the event will provide valuable insights.
About the Speaker:
Martyn Bridges is the Director of Technical Services for Worcester Bosch with over 40 years of experience in the heating industry.
Martyn is a highly active, influential individual within heating and has held positions of high regard across the industry. This includes being Vice President of the EUA, chairing the Technical Panel for the HHIC and being on the board for OFTEC, CIPHE and the Hot Water Association.
Martyn has been featured in multiple national media speaking on net zero heating and is one of the key personnel involved in the development of the 100% hydrogen boiler prototype from Worcester Bosch.
About the Assets and Repairs Forum:
The Strategic Assets & Repairs Directors Forum brings together social housing providers across the country to learn and share information as a group. Time and time again colleagues across the sector tell us they wanted a space to have more frank and honest discussions, to share experiences. Sector specific conferences tend to only cover the highlights, the success stories. This is a forum where open conversation is encouraged, a group where information is shared.
To find out more visit the forum web page.
Venue & Timings
Date: Tuesday 27th September 2022
Time: 10.30am – 12.00pm
Who Should Attend?
- Strategic Assets Directors
- Strategic Repairs Directors