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The hottest ticket in town – Ecobuild

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Register for your FREE ticket to Ecobuild (www.ecobuild.co.uk/register) the UK’s premier energy event and stay up to date with the latest training and technologies to stay competitive in the renewables marketplace.

Attracting over 18,000 energy professionals and showcasing the latest products and solutions from over 125 energy brands Ecobuild 2015 is THE marketplace for energy professionals keen to grow their business in the renewables sector.

The 2015 seminar programme will provide tailored sessions for the entire supply chain, from manufacturers and installers and builders and developers and end-users procuring renewables solutions across the public and private sectors.

The Green Energy Zone is also back for 2015. Sponsored by Innasol, seminars will cover the specification and delivery of low and zero carbon energy technologies to homes and other buildings. It also looks at energy supply at the community level. Topics will include determining the most cost effective technology for specific applications, meeting regulations, leveraging the feed in tariff and renewable heat incentive. This stream examines the different energy technologies and how to specify these and the latest technical developments including energy storage.

For renewables professionals also serving the lucrative biomass and heat pump markets, Practical Installer is back, ‘business clinic’ style at Ecobuild 2015. Plumb Center’s experts will help put profit in the pockets of every installer, whether just setting up, surviving or thriving in the renewables market. Acting as the business hub for Ecobuild’s Energy Section, Practical Installer will cover ‘quick wins’ to full solution installations. Plumb Center renewables experts will also deliver tailored business advice to all installers – from the seasoned MCS-accredited installer to gas installers keen to break into the green energy market.

Solar City in association with SMA Solar returns for 2015 to cover both residential and commercial projects.

The potential for energy storage to be the “missing link” in both accommodating increased distributed generation and protecting the grid has been long talked about so Ecobuild will host special master-classes on energy storage and grid management which will include an innovation and technology showcase.

To register for your FREE ticket to Ecobuild 2015 (3rd to 5th March 2015, ExCeL London) please visit www.ecobuild.co.uk/register.