By Daniel Hunter
Brighton’s Eco Technology Show returns in 2015 on 11-12 June and is moving to the American Express Stadium to accommodate rising visitor numbers.
For businesses, it will demonstrate how embracing innovation in technology and low carbon solutions can help slash running costs and streamline business processes.
One of the Show’s main features this year is the new Innovation Zone. A showcase of innovative products and solutions in low carbon and environmental technologies, where visitors can learn about the brightest and newest ideas from up and coming businesses in the low carbon sector.
The Eco Technology Show 2015 is packed full of free keynotes, panels, talks and networking opportunities; spread across three seminar areas, five meeting rooms and a communications hub where visitors can get free advice from experts.
Highlights for businesses include:
Andy Lewry, Principal Consultant, Sustainable Energy Team, BRE, discusses the latest solutions for building energy management.
Seminar from Sandra Norval, Head of Environment at GTR (Govia Thameslink Railway) on ESOS and the benefits of going beyond compliance.
Mike Potter, Fleetdrive Electric MD, discusses the case for electric vehicles in business.
Once again, the Eco Technology Show will showcase some of the latest low carbon transport solutions to hit the market. Visitors will get the chance to test drive some of these along Brighton’s sea front.
Eco Technology Show Director Nicola Gunstone said: “The Eco Technology Show is all about providing an opportunity to meet with the experts and see all the latest products and services under one roof.
“Energy prices will only get higher, and interest in investing in eco technology is at an all-time high. The Show focuses on ideas and technologies that are available and it’s about practical approaches to saving energy and money, and best of all, delivering genuine and ongoing benefits to businesses.”
Further information can be found on the website www.ecotechnologyshow.co.uk.
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