Mitsubishi Electric will be attending the upcoming BESA National Conference on the 3rd and 4th November as headline sponsor, and will be hosting a roundtable discussing the implications that the changing role of offices spaces has for building services.
The ‘What’s next for offices?’ roundtable takes place at 11:30am on 3rd November, and covers key topics including energy efficiency, sustainability, air quality and more. It will be presented by Mitsubishi’s Head of Marketing and Sales Strategy, Philip Ord, and speakers include Graeme Fox, Head of Technical at BESA, and Nathan Wood, Chair of BESA Health and Wellbeing in Buildings Group.
Mitsubishi Electric’s Head of Sustainability for UK and Ireland, Martin Fahey, will also be speaking during the event, as well as Head of Product and Strategy & Delivery, Mark Grayston.
In the ‘Delivering net zero – can it be done?’ panel on 3rd November, Martin will be discussing the potential for the UK to deliver on its net-zero target, and the solutions needed to make it possible.
On the 4th November, Mark will be presenting ‘Embodied carbon in the HVAC lifestyle’, a session on embodied carbon and its role in reducing the environmental impact of buildings in the face of the climate crisis.
You can register to attend the event here: https://hopin.com/events/besa-national-conference-2021/registration
To find out more about how Mitsubishi Electric is helping to support a more sustainable built environment, from understanding the key challenges around equipping office spaces to finding the right product for ventilation, heating or air conditioning, visit: https://les.mitsubishielectric.co.uk/specifiers/build-back-better