This Centre for Sustainable Energy half-day workshop will examine the potential of smart energy technologies to improve the health and wellbeing of vulnerable households.
The workshop will combine an exploration of the opportunities on offer, live demonstrations (hopefully!), case studies of current best practice and will consider the policy and market settings for future action.
Our speaker line up includes practioners and researchers from Nottingham University's computer science school, Bristol University's SPHERE project, Bristol City Council's REPLICATE project and makers of proprietary smart systems, Howz and Switchee. The Centre for Sustainable Energy will also talk about its own experiences in this area.
This event will be of particular interest to people from the smart energy technology, health, social housing, social care energy retail and distribution sectors. We also expect interest from government policy makers, local advice agencies, charities and academics working in this area.