UK faces up to the challenge of on-site renewables at The Energy Show

The Energy Show 2011, launching at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on 4-5 May 2011, marks an important opportunity for small-scale generators of renewable energy to get involved in the UK's only major show dedicated to the on-site generation, procurement and metering of energy.


On-site generation of energy by business and the public sector has the potential to radically reduce the UK's greenhouse gas emissions. However, this sub-section of the renewables industry is beset by uncertainty. With Feed-In Tariffs under review and the Renewable Heat Incentive suffering setbacks, knowing how best to react to changes in legislation has never been more vital.

It has become imperative that industry professionals know where to find best practice solutions for generating on-site energy.

Responding to clear signals from the renewables industry that there was a call for an event with a narrow focus on the on-site generation of energy, the inaugural Energy Show is being launched at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham this year. It is free to attend and takes place on 4-5 May 2011.

Founder of The Energy Show, Shawn Coles, comments: "A highly-targeted event, The Energy Show - which is sponsored by BIU, npower, The Utilities Exchange and Total Gas & Power - is focused solely on promoting on-site generation, metering and best practice procurement of energy. We're not trying to compete with other exhibitions in the same space. Instead, we're providing something that has previously been missing. Unlike other shows, The Energy Show is not co-located with other exhibitions, so visitors can be sure that everybody who attends is worth meeting."

The Energy Show provides a wide variety of opportunities for those interested in on-site generation of electricity and heat to gain insider knowledge and engage with the people who matter.

For senior managers and specialists 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, The Energy Lectures offers a content-rich, two-day programme of lectures, plus a 3-course industry dinner.

For further information on attending or exhibiting at The Energy Show, visit: www.energy-show.com



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