We are at Homes UK & Unlock NetZero conference in London 23-24 nov.

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We are exhibiting at the Unlock Net Zero Live and HOMES UK conference on 23-24 November at ExCeL, London. 

The conference gathers more than 4000 housing professionals and social landlords facing the dual challenge of building new low-carbon homes at pace and scale, whilst ensuring existing homes reach net-zero emissions by 2050.

Meet us at our stand U220 for a demonstration of how our rooftop-friendly wind turbines can help power housing while offsetting CO2 emissions in the housing stock.

Do not miss out, register for your free ticket now >>

You can download the event preview to take a look at the programme highlights; speaker snapshots; networking events and socials and new event features. 

 Your visitor pass includes access to: 

  • 70+ hours of sessions across 6 stages covering asset management, building safety, development and placemaking, net zero, tenant and resident engagement and procurement 
  • 250+ speakers including headliners such Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah, Kunle Barker, George Clarke and David Olusoga 
  • 15 networking events taking place in our NEW Collab space 

 Some of the key #netzero sessions include: 

  • Designing and delivering net zero carbon homes 
  • Green finance and innovation 
  • The future of heating and cooling 
  • Boosting biodiversity and green infrastructure 
  • Mobilising for large-scale retrofit 

Power housing while offsetting CO2 emissions in the housing stock with our unique rooftop wind turbines.

Homes UK.Decarbonise housing


Ventum Dynamics is a leading authority on innovative wind technology and manufacturer of the world’s first on-demand, omnidirectional, and placement-friendly rooftop wind turbine for the industry sector, commercial buildings, and housing.

We offer rooftop-friendly wind turbines for on-site power production, energy storage, and on-site energy consumption. The wind turbines can operate both grid-connected and off-grid, thereby helping to increase resilience in times of shortages and outages from other sources of electricity.