Energy 2019

NEC BIRMINGHAM   08-10 OCTOBER 2019

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Social housing professionals seeking the most cost-effective and easily scalable renewable energy solutions won’t want to miss out on this year’s Energy 2018.

As part of UK Construction Week (UKCW) from 9 to 11 October at Birmingham’s NEC, the UK’s largest construction event will connect social housing professionals with the news, discussions and networks necessary to understand how energy is being tackled within the affordable housing industry and beyond.

Key seminars will look at the implications of a ‘green Brexit’, and how ambitious efficiency targets can be met against the backdrop of sharp falls in renewable energy investment.

Powering Energy 2018 is the UKCW’s theme of ‘Innovation’. The Innovation Trail provides the perfect opportunity to see what cutting-edge products are on offer in the energy sector. The latest round of exhibitors have been revealed, including eMotorWerks, PowerSolutions, Mill Heat, CARBON-4, ROLEC EV, S & R Construction, Lamina Heat, IEMA and ETU.

Nathan Garnett, UKCW event director, said:

“We have a strong line-up of events and experts at Energy 2018 to challenge policymakers and the industry alike.

“If you work in the housing industry, it’s a must-attend event. It’s an opportunity to see new products, discuss deals with suppliers, meet with your peers and hear what’s going from leading industry experts.”

Industry commentators and experts will share their predictions, innovations and insights at the Energy 2018 REA Theatre. Topics already confirmed include Power for a Cleaner, Quieter World and Green Strategy – Energy Policy Post Brexit.

Other benefits of attending the show include an extensive programme of free CPD sessions and the always popular Beer & Ale Festival.

Free tickets to Energy 2018 and the eight other UKCW shows are available now from www.energyliveshow.co.uk

Keep up-to-date with the latest information about exhibitors, product launches and speakers via the website www.energyliveshow.co.uk and Twitter at @UKenergyshow or using the hashtag #Energy2018.

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