Eco Technology Show: plan your visit

The popular Eco Technology Show is back on 11-12 June and is shaping up to be the biggest yet. Hosted in Brighton, the Show attracts an audience from all over the UK who are attracted by its mix of 120 exhibitors and the quality of speakers for its free programme of over 70 seminars at the city’s American Express stadium.

The Eco Technology Show is a one stop shop for Business, the Public Sector and Build Professionals looking for new innovations and low carbon solutions to drive down costs and streamline business.

Keynote speakers include leaders from the Buildings Research Establishment, the Energy Savings Trust and the Energy Managers Association, who will share the platform with the forward thinkers who are shaping our future. Companies like Thameslink and Nando’s have also agreed to share their experiences of ESOS auditing and winning board level buy-in to innovative energy saving measures. These talks are sure to be well attended by business visitors and are worth getting in your diary now.

Also sure to be a popular speaker, hot on the heels of the announcement that two new series of Red Dwarf have been commissioned is Kryton, aka actor and technology enthusiast  Robert Llewellyn, who will dispel the myths around electric vehicles.

Show director Nicola Gunstone, said:

“On a practical level, the Show should enable any visitor to come away with a mix of ideas and sound advice on what measures will suit their workplace or build project.”

Don’t miss the Innovation Zone, where products including solar cloths and robots to install insulation are being shown in public for the first time, and be sure to check out the latest ideas from Taiwan, whose London-based Trade Centre has chosen the Eco Technology Show to launch a range of products in the UK.

Whilst the free seminars don’t need preregistration, if you want to dig deeper into any core topics, it could be worth booking one of the limited spaces in the Communications Hub where facilitated networking sessions will look at topics such as retrofitting for energy efficiency and energy management.

For business leaders and entrepreneurs looking to the next level, there will be an opportunity to explore the future.  The University of Brighton’s Green Growth Platform is hosting a conference at the show and prices and tickets are available via the Eco Technology Show website.