Energy 2017, taking place at Birmingham’s NEC on 10-12th October, will host some of the leading companies dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions within the building environment.
The construction industry is in a strong position to make a positive difference to the UK’s air quality problem and making smarter fuel choices is a practical first step.
Pay a visit to stand E20 to find out about how Certas Energy’s range of fuel management solutions can provide clear visibility and total control over your fuel usage. Certas Energy is the sole distributor of Shell GTL Fuel (Gas-to-Liquid) in the UK. This innovative fuel is a cleaner-burning alternative for use in diesel engines and reduces harmful emissions such as Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and particulate matter (PM) helping to protect the environment and the health and wellbeing of the public and workforce.
With the government recently announcing plans to ban new diesel and petrol cars from 2040 onwards, the electric car market - plus the infrastructure to support it - is going to see a surge in activity over the next few years. Companies like POD Point (stand E620) are leading the way, having provided over 27,000 charging points so far, and supplied over 44 million miles of electric motoring.
On stand E527, Power Solutions will provide advice on how to get the best value contracts on your business gas, electricity, and water. Established in 2005, the company’s specialists understand the energy sector inside and out and have long standing, trusted relationships with more than 20 of the UK’s biggest utilities providers.
nPower Business Solutions will be in attendance on stand E520, providing advice on managing your energy consumption, while g2 Energy can be found on stand E715. g2 Energy is a high voltage electrical and civil engineering firm specialising in providing clients with a full turnkey service for a variety of power engineering projects across a number of sectors throughout the UK.
For more information and free registration visit: www.energyliveshow.co.uk/register