Christian Brodhag, President of Construction21, is delighted to invite you to the international winners gala of the Green Solutions Awards 2020-21 in Glasgow on November 10, during COP26. Barbara Pompili, French Minister for Ecological Transition; Philippe Henri, Walloon Minister for Climate, Energy and Mobility; and Councillors of the City of Glasgow will attend.
Join Construction21 and its partners of the Green Solutions Awards on Wednesday the 10th of November at 5:15pm (local time), at the Glasgow City Chambers! The international award ceremony will take place alongside COP26, the day before the Cities, Regions & Built Environment Day.
You can also attend online here.
The worldwide experts and pioneers of sustainable construction will be gathered for the key event of the competition: the announcement of the international winners! These are all exceptionnal projects selected by the juries for their high to inspire the entire industry.
Brian Kilkelly, CEO of Climate Business, will host the event, which will be followed by a cocktail reception. This is the occasion for the actors of sustainable construction to exchange and meet potential partners!
- Date and time: Wednesday the 10th of November 5:15-6:45pm (local time) + cocktail reception
- Location: City Chambers, George Square, GLASGOW (Strathclyde) – Map
Thank you to the Glasgow City Chambers for hosting us.
Registration is free but mandatory: due to the current sanitary rules, entry to the event is restricted to those on the list, and the number of places is limited.
District Heating and Cooling: On the road to 5th Generation!
While you are in Glasgow, drop by the event organised by Construction21 and the team of the D2Grids project.
The partners will showcase the progress of the 5th generation district heating & cooling networks (5GDHC) roll-out in North West Europe, and the first results of the pilot sites.
The event will be followed by a workshop at 2pm (limited places available)
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