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The Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA) is holding an event this November to discuss the most relevant aspects of climate change and low-carbon legislation.

The event will be held at Aston Villa FC in Birmingham on 3 November; the Cedar Court Hotel in Wakefield on 10 November; the Britannia International Hotel in Canary Wharf, London, on 12 November; and the Mere Golf and Country Club near Knutsford on 17 November.

Moving to a low-carbon economy places responsibility for low-carbon achievement with those responsible for energy use, including energy, facility and maintenance managers, designers and constructors.

With the announcement of the Low Carbon Transition Plan, the government has set out an agenda to reduce carbon emissions by at least 34 per cent by 2020.

To help energy and facilities managers cope with the carbon-related regulations, ESTA will discuss: the Low Carbon Transition Plan and carbon targets; CRC carbon reduction commitment; how to use display energy certificates as a facility management tool to manage a building for low carbon; Part L Building Regulations, compliance for 2010 and the trajectory to zero-carbon building by 2019; and how to use the new EN16001 and associated standards to manage energy in a disciplined and structured manner.

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