Build Green Now is back in 2024.
It is an exciting but perhaps fearful time for sustainability property and construction professionals. A whole framework of European Union directives will reshape regulations and finance for the built environment and its supply chain, from the recently agreed recast Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), Construction Products Regulations, Sustainable Finance Regulations Directive (SFRD ), Taxonomy and more will have a massive impact over the coming 3 years.
Our expert panels of speakers will explain how this will impact you.
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Our first speakers have been confirmed and more to be announced soon. Check back regularly for updates!
To be confirmed
Ellie Walshe is an experienced Sustainability Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the civil engineering industry. Skilled in Environmental Management, Environmental Awareness, Environmental Consulting, Water Resource Management, and Environmental Engineering. Strong operations professional with a MSc in Environmental Diagnosis & Management focused in Contaminated Land, EIA, Water Solutions, Air Quality,
Patrick Barry is the Chief Executive Officer of the Irish Green Building Council which he co-founded in 2011. He’s currently Chair of the European Regional Network of the World Green Building Council. He is an Architect with over 20 years of experience in Ireland, Europe and South America, a Master’s in Environmental design of buildings from the University of Cardiff and is a qualified Passive House and DGNB consultant.
Celine Carre is the Head of European Public Affairs for Saint-Gobain. Celine is in charge of designing and implementing advocacy activities in the fields of climate energy and sustainability, focusing on energy efficiency and sustainable construction and supporting local businesses in developing advocacy. Since 2017, Céline has been the President of EuroACE, the European Alliance of Companies for Energy Efficiency in Buildings, where she leads the Work Group on Energy Efficiency Policy.
Stephen Barrett is an experienced and adaptable professional with years of experience in data analysis and presentation, budgeting and forecasting and stakeholder relationship management.
His recent MSc. thesis (distinction) focused on whole life carbon (WLC) in built assets and what can be done in the near term and at scale to reduce it. This has led directly to working as the WLC Lead at the Irish Green Building Council on a project to design a methodology for WLC assessment of building designs that can be implemented at a national scale.
Patrick Daly is currently the Principal Investigator on DRIVE 0 Horizon 2020 Project-MaREI. Patrick has over 25 years of experience in the Design and Realisation of a diverse range of buildings in Ireland and the UK as Architectural Technologist & Architectural Project Manager. He has participated in numerous consultancy projects in low energy building design and refurbishment, passive haus, net zero energy, social housing refurbishment, building regulation compliance- Part L, facade design and thermal performance. Patrick has also been part of EU projects such as CONCERTO – HOLISTIC – Dundalk 2020, STRIVE – EPA – Hemp-Lime Bio-composite, IEE BIOREGIONS, and FP7 ROKWOOD.
Patrick Moloney is the Director at Ramboll Management Consulting. He has 25 years experience within the fields of energy, environment and, subsequently, sustainability & ESG.
What can we anticipate from Build Green Now 2023? Take a glimpse at the previous conference’s noteworthy moments showcased in this video.
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