Eco 2014 Technology Show

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Eco 2014 Technology Show


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The organisers of the third Eco Technology Show, which takes place at the Brighton Centre 26-27 June, have unveiled a powerful speaker line up that goes beyond wishful thinking and offers practical information on how to install and use energy saving technology; ideal for those in construction, heating and ventilation, building and architecture.
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Eco Technology Show Bigger & Better in 2014 26-27 June 2014, The Brighton Centre
Date / Time
Thursday 26 June, 9.30am-5pm
Friday 27 June, 9.30am-4.30pm


The Brighton Centre
Kings Road, Brighton
East Sussex, BN1 2GR

Highlights of the programme forbuilding professionals include:
  • Hear how Peterborough City Council is making money from investing in energy efficiency & renewable energy infrastructure
  • An update on the Government consultation to achieve zero carbon building standards by Martin Russell-Croucher, Director of Sustainability and Special Projects, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
  • Cut through Government red tape for new build and refurbishment projects with the South East Centre for the Built Environment (SECBE).
  • A big debate on future technologies and material innovations in the building industry chaired by Julie Hill, Circular Economy Task Force,Green Alliance.
  • Understand how to reap the monetary benefits of energy efficiency for new builds and retrofits from Sean Twohig, Group Environmental, H&S, Risk Manager,Jury’s Inn.
  • Hear from Gareth Macnaughton, Director, Innovation & Strategy,Cisco & Stepanie Gauthier, Smart Energy Research Associate, UCL Energy Institute on the benefits of lighting as a service, bydelivering powered light over the IT network
  • Andy Lewry Principal Consultant Sustainable Energy Team, BRE will show how the use of an energy management system can help improve energy efficiency
The premier event for sustainable build, energy, transport and resource efficiency is set to return to the South East on the 26-27 June with over 140 exhibitors and a powerful speaker line up offering practical information highlighting how embracing innovation in technology and low carbon solutions can save money and deliver genuine benefits to businesses, cities and communities on-going; ideal for those involved in the building profession.

Over 60 free-to-attend seminars covering legislation, the latest trends and major discussion points on energy, build, innovation, cities, transport, water & waste from some of the country’s leading energy specialists and business minds, and it is completely free. With a new big debate area which will be situated at the heart of the show there is plenty of opportunity to have your say.

Topics of debate will include; The latest business funding opportunities, the economic benefits of a lower carbon economy, Creating ‘an economy that works‘, Members of the Sustainable Cities Network debate the key stages & successes to transforming their cities to being sustainable & ‘smart’, Innovations in building and transport and the Circular Economy?, The Future ofTransport technology, and Solar, bio-fuel and fracking debates.

The show’s exhibitors will demonstrate how optimum building and running cost savings result from a holistic view of a project, through investment in the right technology and low-carbon solutions for buildings, smart choices of building materials and even furniture design. Some exhibitor highlights include:

‘Econoblock’. This is a lightweight load-bearing structural breeze block from Econovate Ltd, with high thermal insulation performances, constructed from waste paper and cardboard diverted from landfills.

Carillion Energy Services, who recently became partners with West Sussex Council in a landmark renewable energy deal worth £60 million

The latest hybrid solutions will be presented by Newform Energy to significantly reduce a building’s carbon footprint. The company will also launch two new solar panels, a new multi-source heat pump and new solar controller.

Visit the Geo-Environmental stand to discuss climate change mitigation and adaption services. The company’s new service solutions for due diligence will also be launched exclusively at the Show.

Fond Nova UK Ltd will display a wide range of energy saving heating systems and products including a new range of Itaca boilers.

See an entire floor of the latest electric and low-emission vehicles including BMW’s electric i3 and i8 hybrid supercar, Mitsubishi’s Outlander – the world’s first plug-in SUV, the ground-breaking Tesla Model S and a range of electric bikes. Fleetdrive Electric will also launch a new Smart EV app for mobile devices, designed for EV drivers to find the nearest charging points along a route.

The Eco Technology Show gives Building professionals the opportunity to interact with buyers, sellers and regulators plus provides the information they need to thrive in a competitive sector.

Register here for your free entry and avoid the queues on the day. The Eco Technology Show will be open from 9.30am-5pm on Thursday 26 June and 9.30am-4.30pm on Friday 27 June see for the full speaker and exhibitor line up.

Over 140 exhibitors will form the show floor, which include providers of energy management, eco build & retrofit, transport, technology & resource efficiency services & solutions. To see a list of who is exhibiting click here.
This year’s show is already looking bigger and better than 2013 and a range of sponsorship and exhibition packages have been developed, offering cost effective solutions. Email or call on +44 (0) 1273 957725.
Speakers at free talks will be showing visitors how they can save money and reap measurable long term benefits for businesses, cities and communities. The full programme will be announced soon.

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