Major Energy Exhibition re-launch aims to ‘make buildings work better’
Following high levels of demand for a London energy show, Energy & Environment Expo (formerly Energy Solutions Expo) will re-launch at ExCel London on 17–19th June, 2014.
This major event in the ‘green’ calendar – and London’s largest exhibition of its kind – will bring together a range of professionals responsible for energy and environmental strategies. Energy and Environment Expo will be co-located with the UK’s biggest FM event – Facilities Show – giving visitors access to a complete range of ‘whole building solutions’.
Responding to Market Demand
Energy & Environment Expo’s organiser, UBM Live – whose experience of running industry-leading events includes EcoBuild – has commissioned extensive, independent sector research to help shape the overall theme of the show: Making Buildings Work Better. Visitors will have access to a whole range of solutions and businesses – all of which relate to building management and efficiency. No other show is able to cover so many disciplines.
“We have built on the success of the Energy Solutions profile and brand – and have returned to the market with a show which will be bigger, better, and more targeted than ever before,” says Fergus Bird, Group Event Manager, UBM LIVE LONDON. “It also works in harmony with our wider Protection & Management series of events, which attracts over 45,000 visitors and includes the Facilities Show, Safety & Health Expo and the annual IOSH conference.”
Energy and Environment Expo 2014 gives visitors access to the widest possible range of products and services across the built environment sector. As a complete experience, it is thereby able to attract visitors across a wide range of disciplines: including: energy managers; environment managers; facilities managers; health, safety & environment managers; consultants; building services managers; architects; energy assessors; energy auditors; and energy consultants.
Energy & Environment Expo is also the only event in the sector to have the support of IEMA, the Energy Institute, Carbon Trust and CIWM.
Free to Attend
The Energy & Environment Expo is free to attend, giving visitors the chance to source new products and services, network with their peers, and hear from Europe’s leading players in the built environment sector – all under one roof.