Through our recording and post-production of energy events, we provide a specialist service in a specialised industry.
Key benefits of our service:
- Quality audio visual productions;
- Flexible solutions – customised to meet the specific needs of our clients;
- Promotion of video material through our website and social media outlets
Better than Best Practice Conference – 15th Oct 2014
This event covered debate and discussion on nZEB and quality practices with lots of great speakers from Ireland and across Europe. Key topics covered included the up-skilling of building construction workers (an admirable and required initiative), building professionals response to changing regulations, etc.
Nearly Zero Energy Open Doors Ireland – 7th – 9th Nov 2014
Open Doors events give people the opportunity to visit really good examples of low energy buildings. This video features a typical 1970s bungalow with an oil boiler – which has been upgraded to an excellent efficiency standard.
Sustainable Building Conference – June 2014
On 12th June 2014, Smart ECO Hub organised a Cross Border Sustainable Building Conference in the Agri-Food and Bioscience College at Hillsborough. Over 100 businesses from across the border attended the event, which was chaired by RTE Presenter Duncan Stewart.
Keynote speakers included Ecological Building Systems, Enviroform Solutions, Paul McAllister Architects, Rachel Bevan Architects, Sheepwool Insulation , Solearth Architects Dublin, Construction Industry Training Board NI, Northern Ireland Housing Executive and the Northern Ireland Federation Housing Association.
Better Building Conference 2014
The Better Building Conference 2014, Ireland’s largest property and construction conference, was held on Wednesday 9 April 2014 in Croke Park, in association with Ecocem, the low carbon cement provider.
Check out the highlights video of the day, with comments from key speakers at the event.
Smart ECO Hub – Biomass Event
Smart ECO Hub – an Irish cross border initiative cluster organisation for the sustainable energy sector, recently held this gathering of companies involved in the Biomass industry. Some of the speakers on the day included Minister Fergus O’Dowd, Duncan Stewart and Peter Hutchinson (DETI NI). A former dairy farmer in Co. Armagh relayed how he identified an opportunity to grow and process Willow on his 120 acre farm.
‘The Passive House Association is the representative body for Passive House Design and Construction in Ireland. We have worked with Energyquarter in the creation of promotional videos and marketing initiatives for such technologies within the construction sector. They are unfailingly professional, courteous and above all deeply interested in what they do and how they do it. I would be happy to speak on their behalf’. – Martin Murray MRIAI
PHAI – See the Light Conference 2013
The conference was a great success, with delegates, exhibitors and organisers all agreeing that the event generated a lot of positivity. A very informative day of talks from a strong line-up of national and international speakers culminated in the keynote address by Prof. Wolfgang Feist founder of the Passive House Institute.
Isover – Energy Efficiency Awards 2013
Passive House won ISOVER Energy Efficiency Awards 2013. These prestigious awards recognise the most energy efficient buildings in Ireland, across renovation and new build projects. The winner, Francis Clauson’s Ultra Low Energy House, Kiltilly, Co. Wexford, is a passive house residential new build project submitted by Winkens Architecture & Integrated Energy.
This video provides a taste of the projects and atmosphere on the day. Congratulations to the winners and the runner up projects. It was not an easy job for the judges!
PHAI Briefing – Ecological Building Systems 2013
Ecological Building Systems warmly welcomes PHAI. Over the past decade, Ecological Building Systems has developed a complete range of environmental building solutions to meet the needs of energy efficient, low carbon builders.
On Thursday 27 June 2013, the company hosted the PHAI Briefing at their Centre of Knowledge in Athboy, Co Meath.