Save energy and money this winter

After another winter of lower temperatures and higher bills, energy efficiency is no longer a ‘nice to have’, but a financial necessity. By visiting the Energy Efficiency Exhibitions, your business and your customers can profit from implementing energy saving solutions from September onwards.

So, whether you’re keeping an eye on energy monitoring, insulating against future costs through a fabric first approach, or optimising output of high efficiency heating systems, the award-winning Energy Efficiency Exhibitions has all the answers. With hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of advice on offer, it is an invaluable visitor experience and as tickets are subsidised by an exceptional list of exhibitors, you­­ won’t have to pay a penny to profit.

What’s more, with the unique format of the Energy Efficiency Exhibitions, whether you are in Edinburgh or Exeter, Manchester or the Midlands, these exhibitions access all areas of the UK.

Event director Dan Caesar had this to say: “Over the next few years, our industry has a once in a lifetime opportunity to offer our customers, significant financial savings thanks to energy efficient & renewable technologies. As well as the high quality of this year’s exhibition, we invest more than any other organiser in our educational programme of attractions, demonstrations and presentations, so we can promise visitors a very profitable day.”

This year’s visitor attractions include four theatres filled with presentations – the Commercial & Green Deal Theatres will be returning and they will be supplemented with the RHI & Policy Theatres. Plus, this year the Energy Efficiency Exhibitions will include an increased number of demos, hosted in the Energy Efficiency & Renewables Demo-Stations and there will be a new interactive visitor attraction entitled, Hands-on Heat Pumps.

The Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards, supported by NatWest, has established itself in recent years as ‘the one to win’. With scores of successful businesses now on the shortlist – an achievement in itself – industry is now eagerly anticipating the evening itself.

This year’s ceremony will be hosted by Nick Hewer from the BBC’s Apprentice and Channel 4’s Countdown. Not only will Nick will be ably assisted by his Countdown co-host Rachel Riley, but also, the evening’s entertainment will be enriched by not one, but two, comedians.

What’s more the opening address at the Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards is due to be delivered by the Minister of State for Energy & Climate Change, Greg Barker MP.

So for an exceptional evening of entertainment book your table today to avoid disappointment:team(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)