What's happening and when.
Here's how our busy week looks at a glance. For further details, and to book, see our Shows page.

Join us at 10 Charlotte Square in the heart of Edinburgh for the formal opening of the first-ever Green Home Festival, with special guest and keynote speaker Patrick Harvie MSP.

An overview of climate change, focusing on flooding and its impact on people and buildings and how to access support and resources to protect your property.

Learn about circular, sustainable and homegrown materials such as insulation and the positive impact they can have on the embodied carbon profile of a building.

What are heat pumps? How do they work? And are they suitable for all homes? Find out in this fascinating demonstration of the future of home heating.

How the Burrell Collection enhanced its environmental performance by improving its exterior and replacing power, heating and lighting systems with sustainable technologies.

An award-winning Stockholm housing company reveals how it uses renewable technology to improve energy efficiency and deliver fossil-free environmental sustainability.

A real-life example of the fabric-first approach to improving the energy efficiency of homes, with a tour of the Murrayburn site in Edinburgh with contractors AC Whyte.

Learn more about new government standards for net zero in public buildings, using Fife College as an example of how the envelope-first approach can help.

Reducing heating costs and cutting carbon emissions in Scotland’s traditional buildings, including a Q&A and fascinating virtual tour of a successful renovation in Glasgow.

Professor Chris Gorse issues a call to designers, engineers and managers to lead by example and help build a more sustainable and healthy environment.

How off-site manufacturing can play a key role in delivering higher performing buildings, using the Granton D1 project in Edinburgh as a real-life example.

An introduction to electric vehicles, including what to consider when choosing one, current models and how to go about installing an EV charge point at your home.

Our final show will highlight the domestic gizmos and gadgets of tomorrow – and how we can ensure that these high-tech homes are safe to live in.