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Toshiba signs up for Air Conditioning Question Time

Calling all estate/facilities manager’s from Local Government, NHS Trusts, Housing Associations and beyond, RAC’s Air-Conditioning Question Time needs you.

Following on from the news that Toshiba Air Conditioning has signed up as the launch sponsor of RAC’s first Air Conditioning Question Time, which will take place on the new time of Friday September 30, we are now recruiting for attendees.

Whether you’re an estate or facilities manager working in the public or private sector, make sure you have your say at RAC’s very first dedicated air-conditioning debate. As with all Question Time events, end-users are invited to attend for free, to enable the industry to debate the full range of issues.

The event, to take place at Emap’s headquarters, Greater London House in London, promises to get to grips with the issues that concern the air conditioning industry and its customers, ranging from energy efficiency, to Building Regulations to heat pumps and heat recovery.

In line with the Question Time ethos, the emphasis will be on discussion of practical issues rather than hypothetical situations.

Anyone interested in contributing to in the debate from the supply side can also apply for a limited number of free tickets.

Please contact David Gardner for more information david.gardner@emap.com or on 0207 728 4473

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