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Truly sustainable envelopes – Learn how to harness power from within with Tata Steel’s new CPD

19 April 2013 No Comment

Imagine the building of the future. Its walls will be able to reduce the amount of electricity you need just to turn on a light. Its very fabric will be able to heat its rooms. A distant, eco dream? Or zero-carbon reality?

Now Tata Steel is set to reveal just how a building can really help power itself with a new CPD programme all about harnessing the power of renewable energy sources through clever construction. But not with products applied as an afterthought – using the building envelope itself.

Harness the knowledge with Tata Steel’s new renewable energy CPD

RIBA approved CPDs

Tata Steel is using its Colorcoat® pre-finished steel products to not only give a quality, durable finish to a building, but to help reduce the amount of energy it uses.

Its new RIBA-approved CPD programme, available to construction professionals and design teams, will show just how this is made possible. And how project teams can integrate this technology to grow their zero-carbon portfolio, through the use of solar air heating systems and photovoltaics – the two most appropriate energy systems for integration with Tata Steel’s Colorcoat® pre-finished steel cladding.


Can buildings generate their own energy? Find out how with our new CPD

The renewable energy module from Tata Steel is the ninth addition to its RIBA-approved CPD programme, which includes a detailed factory tour.

SBEC building with Colorcoat Renew

This evolving development resource is continuously adapted and updated by Tata Steel to ensure that architects, designers and construction professionals can adhere to new and amended regulations. Seminars are typically one hour long and feature in-depth presentations by Tata Steel’s expert Colorcoat® technical team.

For details of the CPD programmes available near you, including the new renewable energy technology module, visit www.colorcoat-online.com/cpdseminars

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