A new event has been launched for the on-site renewable energy sector addressing the often overlooked but hugely important business and public sector.
8th March 2012 – The Renewables Event is co-located alongside two of the most influential and long-standing shows for the energy and waste sector, RWM (in partnership with CIWM) and The Energy Event. Together, the three shows are expected to attract over 20,000 key decision makers from across Europe.
With DECC’S 2009 Renewable Energy Directive sets a target for the UK to achieve 15% of its energy consumption from renewable sources by 2020, The Renewables Event will provide an excellent platform to showcase and discover renewable energy solutions for end users such as major corporations, manufacturers, retailers and the public sector. A strong underlying theme for the event will be exploring the business case for a proactive and strategic approach to renewable energy management.
Running for two days over 11th and 12th September 2012, The Renewables Event will play a major role in attracting more than 20,000 key decision makers from across Europe and will help to create an international village of shared knowledge, sourcing and procurement innovation that provides an ideal stage for best practice to flourish – The Renewables Event will draw environmental and energy managers and sustainability professionals from some of the most influential organisations in the industry.
The Renewables Event was added to the Emap portfolio to satisfy the demand from almost a third (4,500) of visitors to last year’s RWM and The Energy Event. Alison Jackson, MD, Emap Connect said: ‘Our research among the attendees last year showed that there was great demand for an event that covers on-site renewable energy, so we created one! The Renewables Event covers a wide remit from key legislation and incentives through to case studies of organisations that have developed sustainable facilities. There will also be an opportunity to study a projection of what UK renewables will look like in five years time, as well as presentations on making the business case for renewables in terms of energy costs and making them part of a sustainable carbon reduction strategy. The event complements RWM and The Energy Event perfectly’.
Visitors have free access to all three shows enabling them to get practical and policy advice, ensuring their organisation is aware and up to date. Figures from 2011 show that 98% of attendees were considered instrumental in purchasing decisions for their businesses and 54% have sole or joint decision making powers to invest in new products or services. ‘We have invested heavily in creating a free conference program with over 25 leading industry speakers, chaired by TV presenter and Eco-expert Dick Strawbridge. The event truly is the place to see and be seen’ added Jackson.
Exhibition space may be booked by contacting: Jamie Cook, Event Manager on +44 (0) 20 7728 4516 or email: Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org and details of The Renewables Event can be found at www.therenewablesevent.com.
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The Renewables Event is Emap’s new content-led B2B exhibition which explores renewable energy solutions for commercial, industrial and public sector energy users with a focus on viable technologies for onsite energy generation including: Solar PV, solar thermal, micro CHP, hydro, biomass, biogas and biofuels, heat pumps and wind. The show, which is co-located alongside RWM, in partnership with CIWM and The Energy Event, will take place on 11-12 September 2012 at the NEC Birmingham.
The Energy Event is the definitive event in the industry’s calendar aimed at companies who are looking to comply with legislation and reduce energy costs through better management, more efficient energy use and enhanced procurement strategies. It showcases 190 suppliers, brokers and product manufacturers alongside the largest CPD Certified conference programme of its kind in the UK. This year’s high speakers include: Brian Cox, Alastair Campbell, James Woudhuysen and Daisy McAndrew. The Energy Event, which is co-located alongside RWM, in partnership with CIWM and The Renewables Event, will take place on 11-12 September 2012, at the NEC Birmingham.
RWM in partnership with CIWM is the European event for resource efficiency and waste management. Over 14,000 visitors, more than 650 exhibitors and 100-plus expert speakers meet to explore the latest developments that affect everyone from local authorities and landfills to retailers and recycling consultants. RWM which is co-located alongside The Energy Event and The Renewables Event will take place on 11-13 September 2012 at the NEC Birmingham.