The Energy Event is touting a series of fresh initiatives for 2015, with a stronger conference programme, a new hosted meeting programme with energy suppliers, closer collaboration with the industry, and an impressive roster of participating energy providers and organisations focused on showcasing new technologies, best practice advice and driving innovation in the sector.
The event takes place 15-16 September at the NEC, Birmingham.
“2015 is set to be a decisive year for major end-users,” says Russell Bacon, Portfolio Director at i2i Events Group. “The Energy Event takes place at a key time in the calendar to help examine the aftermath of the General Election and assess the new political landscape’s likely impact on UK energy policy. Meanwhile, the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), global issues around the security of supply and UN climate talks scheduled for late 2015 will also affect how energy business is conducted in the UK and beyond. The Energy Event will be the place for end-users to find the best procurement solutions, make sure they’re complying with legislation and identify new ways to manage their energy consumption as efficiently as possible.”
Formulated in close partnership with key industry and event stakeholders to address the important issues, The Energy Event’s conference programme is a strong focus for 2015. More than 60 free-to-attend CPD sessions are scheduled to feature at the event across three show theatres. Key themes include EMR, ESOS, top business saving tips in energy & environmental strategy, Commodity Pricing updates and innovations in energy management.
The Energy Event will also provide access to the services, products and advice of more than 160 exhibitors. Significant organisations and new companies signed up for 2015 include Corona Energy, Philips Lighting, BIU British Independent Utilities, InTouch – IS Ltd, Lucy Electric, Clarke Energy, Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd, ASL Holdings Ltd, Lark Energy, Lightsource RE, Siemens Financial Services, Waterscan, Wingas, SSE, National Grid, Carlo Gavazzi, and many more.
The organisers will also be extending the 121 Professional Services, launched at last year’s show. This provides the chance for senior level visitors to gain guaranteed face time with must-see companies. Visitors can fill in a short survey pre-show, enabling the chosen exhibitor to prepare in advance and progress the conversation from enquiry to a more concise, tailored meeting at The Energy Event.
Last year 7537 visitors attended The Energy Event and co-located exhibitions, The Renewables Event and The Water Event. For more information, please visit www.theenergyevent.com and @EnergyReneWater.
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