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Neil has been at Herz for over 10 years with experience in many aspects of the HVAC industry specialising in Heat Networks and Heat Interface Units. Neil has gained huge experience over the last few years on HIUs and has been working closely both with consultants and installers, ensuring that systems are designed to maximise efficiencies when utilising HIUs. Neil also trouble shoots on site helping contractors understand how to install HIUs in heat networks and communal schemes. Neil is a CIBSE accredited CPD seminar presenter on heat interface units.

Karl has always been passionate about building relationships and providing LPG solutions for their customers.

He has spent 18 years working in the energy industry with 15 of those at Calor, and enjoyed a variety of roles, spanning the Cylinder, Domestic Bulk, Commercial Bulk, National Account sectors, therefore fully versed and passionate about the benefits of LPG vs Other Fuels.

Since Calor Gas Ltd was formed in 1935 we have experienced a meteoric rise: from humble beginnings providing a new versatile fuel for off grid market to their current position as the UK’s leading supplier of LPG – and now part of SHV Energy, a global family of LPG companies.

Conor Logan is Technical Director for Colt International, and designs innovative smoke control and HVAC systems. Conor is also a committee member of the Smoke Control Association.

John Paul Reeves is a Special Projects Consultant Engineer for Advanced Smoke Group with an expertise in smoke control and ventilation. He is a member of the Institute of Fire Engineers.

Scott has worked for leading Manufacturer, Lochinvar Ltd for over 9 years during which time he has worked in both Technical and Sales roles.  He is currently UK Renewable Sales Engineer.
Scott, who is a STEM ambassador, has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and achieved 3rd place in the CIBSE ASHRAE Graduate of the year awards 2016.

Currently heading Technical Services at Kingspan Industrial Insulation with a focus on Building Services Insulation, Carl Davison has been involved in the Building Materials and Insulation manufacturing industries for over 20 years, and is Chair of the European Phenolic Foam Association Technical Committee. Other Industry involvement includes active roles within BSI and CEN committees relating to thermal insulation, the Thermal Insulation Contractors Association Technical Committee, and the Thermal Insulation Manufacturers and Suppliers Association.

Atif is a Market Development Manager at ABB for ABB Ability. It consists of the Emax 2 air circuit breaker, an innovative circuit breaker designed to increase efficiency via embedded ABB Ability digital solutions and the Electrical Distribution Control System (EDCS) which is designed to monitor, optimise and control electrical systems.  It is the only circuit breaker that protects electrical circuits and also reduces energy consumption based on the user’s needs thanks to ABB Ability.  Previously, Atif worked as a product marketing specialist for power breakers at ABB.  He graduated with an honours degree from Coventry University in Engineering.

Scott has a background in Architecture and Engineering having graduated from Loughborough University in 2008. Since then, he has advanced his specialism within building physics and building simulation to assist with the development and design of low energy products, and modelling their characteristics with dynamic thermal modelling software. Today, Scott works alongside Consultants, Architects and Contractors within the London area, promoting and implementing low energy ventilation strategies into both retro fit and new build projects.

Mark has over 20 years’ experience in the cable business gained in a variety of roles and organisations. He has accumulated an enviable breadth of knowledge from working in laboratories, fire testing, technical sales and marketing within Draka, Nexans and BT. Mark can offer advice and expertise on a number of technical and regulatory issues.

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