After another successful series of shows, with more visitors, more exhibitors & more presentations than ever before, the ‘Energy Efficiency Exhibitions, incorporating Renewables Roadshow’ promises to deliver everything you need, everywhere in the UK.
Dan Caesar, event director, said: “In an uncertain business climate there are few constants, however the one constant in the UK is that energy and fuel costs are rising relentlessly. Out of necessity, industry professionals need to embrace energy efficiency and our six exhibitions nationwide enable them to do that both travel and time-effectively.”
There will be hundreds of technologies on display, plus the shows’ educational programme will be enhanced to offer scores of insightful seminars & dozens of hands-on demonstrations, what’s more there will be a number of new features to watch out for.
“We are really confident that by building on the success of the shows so far, and by introducing improvements, this Autumn’s events will be significantly stronger,” Dan added.
“As well as an unbeatable range of renewables, visitors can expect this year’s showcase to be supplemented with energy-efficient technologies, including insulation, glazing, low-energy lighting, controls, smart meters & high-efficiency heating solutions.”
A detailed list of theatre topics will be published in advance, but content for the Autumn will inevitably include firm favourites such as Green Deal & Renewable Heat Incentive, as well as key topics like BIM (Building Information Modelling), Building Regulations, DECs (Display Energy Certificates), ECO (Energy Company Obligation), EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates) & FiTs (Feed-in Tariffs).
Meanwhile, purpose-built, demo-stations will enable visitors to get to grips with the very best energy-efficiency & renewable technologies in the marketplace. New visitor attractions will also be added this Autumn, the first being the Regional Roots pavilion, which will give relevant regional businesses the opportunity to exhibit alongside big-name brands such as Worcester Bosch, Vaillant, Baxi, Graham, PTS and Plumb Center.
Charlie Lamb, sales director at Windhager UK, said: “Our business has grown significantly in recent years and we have definitely benefited from these exceptional exhibitions. Both cost-effective and regional, they are the perfect platform for new & established businesses alike to showcase low carbon and energy efficient technologies to specifiers & installers.”
This year’s diary dates for the Energy Efficiency Exhibitions, incorporating Renewables Roadshow are as follows:
10th September South-West (Westpoint Arena, Exeter)
12th September Midlands (Ricoh Arena, Coventry)
17th September North-East (Metro Arena, Newcastle)
19th September Scotland (Highland Centre, Edinburgh)
24th September London & South-East (Sandown Park, Surrey)
26th September North-West (Event City, Manchester)
For more information, visit www.energyefficiencyexhibitions.co.uk & www.renewables-roadshow.co.uk