TAFE Ultimo and ebm-papst have joined forces to host Sydney's very first GreenDay event.
The networking event is in its 6th year but this is the first time it has been held in Sydney.
The event theme is: What drives sustainability in HVACR? Together with TAFE Ultimo, ebm-papst A&NZ is attempting to uncover this topic at the GreenDay event which will be held on Thursday, July 27, 2017 from 8am to 2pm.
The event brings together practitioners, educators and students from the HVACR industry to exchange new ideas and successful projects driving industry innovation.
Speakers from the industry, government and education sectors will share their insights on the drivers for energy efficiency for HVAC and refrigeration systems.
Policy-focused presentations will be held by government representatives such as the City of Sydney and the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. The second half of the morning will be dedicated to ‘energy efficiency in action’, in which end users and contractors such as AMP Capital and Grosvenor Engineering Group will share their success stories.
Everyone active in the HVACR industry is welcome to attend the event, including consultants, facility managers, contractors, end users, building/business owners, HVAC apprentices and students.
GreenDay will be held at TAFE Ultimo's Turner Hall which is located at 19 Mary Ann St, Ultimo NSW 2007.
Attendance is complimentary but registration is required, via http://greenday2017.eventbrite.com.