Innovators converge on South Coast for Eco Technology Show

This month eco innovators from across the UK will converge on the South Coast for the annual Eco Technology Show, which demonstrates practical solutions to help businesses cut costs and reduce their impact on the environment through sustainable working practices and energy efficiency.

From the latest electric vehicles, such as BMW’s i8 hybrid supercar, to renewable energy heating systems and the latest lighting solutions, the Show will combine new product launches with the opportunity for visitors to see and try out many of these exciting innovations.

The show has over 140 exhibitors, including:

  • EDF Energy: Advice on eligibility and funding options for energy saving solutions.
  • Newform Energy: The latest carbon-cutting hybrid heating solutions.
  • Fleetdrive Electric: Launching a new smart app for electric vehicle drivers.
  • Enistic: Cost saving energy and waste management systems.
  • HD Services: Ground source heat pumps that slash energy bills by over 50%.

The Eco Technology Show also features a powerful speaker programme with over 70 big debates, panels and talks that will be of interest to anybody working in sectors such as trade, facilities and public services. These include:

  • DECC debate: How businesses can benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
  • South East Centre for the Built Environment (SECBE): Cutting through Government red tape for new build and refurbishment projects.
  • Barts NHS Trust & ADSM: How their joint project saved over 480 million litres of water and £960,000, and reduced CO2 emissions by 391 tonnes.
  • Claire Smith, Gemserv: Helping businesses to manage energy use and achieve significant cost savings, thus complying with the ISO 50001 international standard.
  • Efficiency Direct: Energy saving solutions and how to identify, evaluate and implement measures to save money on commercial utility bills.

The Communication Hub offers the opportunity to meet with new and existing contacts at one of the networking sessions held in this area over the two days around a range of topics and the transport zone will showcase a whole floor of concept cars and vehicles. These include the Mitsubishi Outlander, the world’s first plug-in SUV. Visitors will also be able to test a range of low emission cars and electric bikes along Brighton’s seafront.

Nicola Gunstone, commercial director at The Eco Technology Show comments:

“The show is only a few weeks away now and we are all incredibly excited. Eco tech is now at the top of everyone’s agenda; it is no longer on the margin. What’s more, it can deliver genuine cost savings and make a practical difference to the way we live and work.

“The Eco Technology Show is packed full of the latest ideas and FREE to enter, I urge anybody responsible for energy management in their organisation to check it out.”

The Eco Technology Show will be open from 9.30am-5pm on Thursday 26 June and 9.30am-4.30pm on Friday 27 June. Register today at www.ecotechnologyshow.co.uk.