10-11 October 2006, Grand Hall Olympia, London Times: 10:00 18:30 Tuesday 10 October, 10:00 16:00 Wednesday 11 October
Take the first step to improving your carbon footprint at Sustainable Energy & Energy Efficiency Expo 2006, Grand Hall, Olympia, London, 10-11 October.
Register Today at: www.energy-expo.info
Energy is the number one, hot topic for all organisations whatever their area of business, whatever their size.
With over 100 exhibitors showcasing the most up-to-date energy efficient products and services, including Solar & Photovoltaic, Fuel Cells, Wind, Bio-Energy, Wave & Tidal Hydrogen, Energy Management Control Systems and Metering & Monitoring, Sustainable Energy & Energy Efficiency Expo is the event to seek solutions to your energy requirements.
Over twenty FREE cutting-edge case studies designed to inspire and educate visitors will be presented at the Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficiency Show. These case studies featuring, among others, high profile organisations such as Carbon Trust, Energy Institute and Energy Savings Trust, will give delegates up to date information about how they can best apply efficient energy strategies to their businesses.
Sustainable Energy & Energy Efficiency Expo 2006 will give you the tools to cut energy costs, comply with government emission legislation, and fulfill your corporate social responsibilities. Sustainable Energy & Energy Efficiency Expo has been designed to give you the “know how” to contribute in the fight against climate change, reduce your carbon footprint, save money and network with peers.
Sustainable Energy & Energy Efficiency Expo 2006 will be co-located with 4 other shows TWM, M&E, Context and AMPS power expo. The co-location of all four shows gives you an event that encompasses all the modern needs for anyone responsible for buildings and their maintenance. The move not only allows us to deliver on our vision for the show but also ensures massively enhanced benefits in terms of show content, resources and superior added value from your participation.