Energy PR agency Content Coms helps to launch major new UK show for energy managers and energy buyers


Energy PR agency Content Communications is working with Edge Business Media to publicise The Energy Show 2011. Launching at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on 4–5 May 2011, it marks an exciting opportunity to be involved in the UK’s only major show dedicated purely to purchasing and managing energy.

The Energy Show is free to attend, giving visitors the chance to source new products and services, network with their peers, and hear from Europe’s leading energy thinkers – all under one roof.

A highly-targeted event, The Energy Show – which is sponsored by npower and Total Gas & Power – is focused solely on promoting energy procurement and management. For exhibitors, this offers notable benefits. Unlike other shows in the energy sector, The Energy Show is not co-located with other exhibitions, which means that everybody who attends is worth meeting.

The Energy Show also provides a wide variety of opportunities to gain insider knowledge on the industry and engage with the people who matter, even if you only have 15 minutes to spare:

EnergyBriefings

15-minute “buzz” sessions, tackling gas, power and carbon prices, including price trends and forecasting.

EnergyBitesize

One-hour “bitesize” seminars, looking at current best practice in Contract Energy Management, Monitoring & Targeting, Automatic Meter Reading and Building Controls.

The Energy Round-Tables

Structured round-table sessions, inviting discussion between delegates and industry peers about issues like legislation and directives, market forces, proven technology and best practice.

Energy One2One

One-to-one meetings between delegates and industry experts – bookable in advance through an online diary system.

For delegates interested in gaining a more in-depth view of the industry, The Energy Show is also the new home of The Energy Lectures, which previously took place at Manchester’s Lowry Centre. Already proven to be one of the UK’s leading conferences for energy procurement specialists, The Energy Lectures offers a content-rich, two-day programme of lectures, plus a 3-course industry dinner.

In a first for a major energy show, a dedicated European Energy Day, focusing on energy purchasing and management in mainland Europe, will form a key part of The Energy Show.

Shawn Coles, The Energy Show’s Event Director, comments: “The introduction of legislation like the Carbon Reduction Commitment means that the need for an energy event focused specifically on purchasing and managing energy has never been greater. With this in mind, The Energy Show offers a crucial combination of targeted networking opportunities and sector-specific briefings.”

The Energy Show is a carbon neutral event and carbon off-setting is provided by Carbon Clear.


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