Energyst’s Delivering Net Zero events pushed back to 26-27 May 2021


new date for the energyst's delivering net zero exhibition

The Energyst’s energy and electric vehicle events will now take place 26 -27 May 2021 at Silverstone.

The ‘Delivering Net Zero | Heat | Power | Transport’ conference and exhibitions had been due to take place 22-23 April.

In light of the coronavirus outbreak, Energyst Media has decided that the safest course of action is to act now in the best interest of visitors, exhibitors and sponsors.

Steve Swaine, Director, Energyst Media said:

“We have been closely following developments of coronavirus, mindful of its likely impact. Our priority and obligation to exhibitors, speakers and registered visitors is to deliver a safe and productive event. Rather than continue under mounting uncertainty and concern, we think confirming new dates now provides peace of mind to all parties.

“By working closely with our venue partner, Silverstone, we have been able to secure new dates, enabling clients and exhibitors the opportunity to present their products and services in October – when we hope the environment will be more conducive to business.

“We have a fantastic line-up of speakers, excellent sponsor and exhibitor support, and remarkably strong delegate registration for ‘Delivering Net Zero’. We are committed to delivering a best in class event.

“We look forward to welcoming you next year.”

Delivering Net Zero: Heat | Power | Transport spans two linked halls over two days.

It’s free to attend, but you need to register at The EV Event or The Energyst Event.

Confirmed speakers, sponsors and exhibitors include:

ADE | Arup | Arrival | Arval | Aurora | Birmingham Airport | BP Chargemaster | BT | Bristol City Council | Cenex | Connected Energy | Cornwall Insight | DPD | Ecuity | EDF | Energy Pro | Engenie | EV8 | Flexitricity | Ford | Gnewt | Hartree Solutions | Hitachi Capital | Jaguar Land Rover | Liberty Global | Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership | London Luton Airport | Mitie | National Grid | Nottingham City Council | Nuvve | Octopus | Pod Point | Praseg | Roadnight Taylor | Royal Mail | Scottish Power | SES Water | Severn Trent Water | SMMT | Sustainable Development Capital Limited | University of Reading | UK Power Networks | UPS | Total | Volvo | Western Power Distribution | West Midlands Combined Authority | Whitbread | Zeigo and many more


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