Ecobuild 2015

ExCel London


Ecobuild 2015 continued the tradition of being the built environment's most influential event and exhibition for energy, construction and sustainable design. Renewables for Schools' Director, Fergal McEntee, was invited to speak at the SMA sponsored Solar City Theatre about what makes renewables so vitally important for schools. We take a look at some of the event's highlights.





Fergal sitting flanked by the Head of Solar PV and Hydropower at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, Dr Richard Cave, and

St Joseph's Kevin Dwyer and Angus Rose of Ethical Power:

Fergal addressed the main issues and barriers facing schools today in their quest to deploy solar PV:

Looking at numbers: Fergal demonstrated how solar PV can be profitable, as well as environmentally friendly:

Dr Richard Cave delivered an inspiring speech about the importance of solar PV within the education sector:

Members of the audience were invited to ask questions and voice their opinions:

A moment of quiet contemplation: Fergal and BPVA Chairman, Reza Shaybani:

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