Cambridge 2030 – meeting the zero carbon homes challenge

Cambridge 2030 - meeting the zero carbon homes challenge

An evening of celebration, conversation and inspiration to mark the 10th anniversary of Open Eco Homes.

Tickets from £5, including refreshments. Booking essential.

Open Eco Homes delivers inspiring tours around beautiful low energy homes. We’ve delivered 4000 so far!  We’re the longest running event of its kind in the UK and In 2019 we’re celebrating our tenth anniversary with a one-off event bringing together some of the brightest minds working in low-energy housing today. Engineers, architects, planners, developers, policy makers and a special category of particle physicist retrofitters, all working to create a zero-carbon future for Cambridge. Book your ticket now, help tackle the climate crisis and be a part of imagining our zero-carbon future.

Key note speaker Baroness Brown of Cambridge Julia King will be joined by a panel of housing experts including:

  • Architect Meredith Bowles (Mole Architects)
  • Greater Cambridge Senior Sustainability Officer Emma Davies
  • Open Eco Homes host, retrofitter and particle physicist Bart Hommels
  • Executive Chair and Founder of community focussed developer Igloo Chris Brown

The event will include a Q and A with the panel.

Doors open 6.40pm. Main event 7.00-9.00PM. Drinks and networking 9.00-9.40PM.

Event Details

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Tuesday 10th Sep 2019

Old Divinity School
Saint Johns Street

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