A radical approach to construction that can slash home heating costs by up to 90 percent will be the focus of a major event in Enniskillen on Thursday 24th September.
The “See the Light” conference is organised by Crest Centre and the Passive House Association of Ireland and will bring a host of international sustainability experts to the CREST Passive Pavilion, one of few non-domestic buildings that has been designed to meet the Passive House standard. It is the first time the PHAI will hold a major conference outside Dublin.
CREST, Northern Ireland’s largest green technology and training facility, today opened the doors on a new purpose-built bioenergy laboratory designed to advance international research and boost local industry.
A new state of the art bioenergy research and development and testing facility will open for business at CREST (Centre for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies) in Enniskillen on Wednesday 9th September and to celebrate the opening, a 3 day programme of free bioenergy events will take place from 8th to 10th September.
A host of sustainable building experts will descend on Enniskillen this September to attend the Passive House Association of Ireland’s annual “See the Light” conference being held at the recently opened CREST Passive Pavilion on 24th September.
The first of a new generation of energy storage technologies has been installed at the CREST Passive Pavilion at South West College and was launched today in Enniskillen.
Two South West College employees were members of a select group to visit Emmen in the Netherlands as part of the Grundtvig learning partnership. Shane McBrien and Barry McCarron who work in CREST had the privilege of joining 5 other participants from Ireland on the expedition.
South West College (SWC) today officially opened Ireland’s largest green technology research and development and training facility in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh.