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Eco Technology Show to unveil latest innovations

The Eco Technology Show 2013 is set to unveil the latest eco technology innovations from across Europe and feature more than 100 exhibitors.

The two-day event has secured speakers from BT, Ikea and Energy Saving Trust to provide in-depth insights into key industry issues such as the Green Deal and domestic energy efficiency retrofits, commercial property and renewable energy, and innovation, smarter transport and waste.

The event will take place in Brighton on 14-15 June.

Seminar highlights for trade visitors include:

  • Sevenoaks Energy Academy director of business operations Richard Gould – How the trade can make money out of the Green Deal: How trade visitors can benefit commercially from the government’s Green Deal building energy efficiency retrofit programme.
  • Brighton & Hove City Council sustainability officer Francesca Iliffe & Matthew Turner of Aecom – South Downs and Brighton & Hove renewable energy case study: The pros & cons of renewable energy options and where they can be installed.
  • MD Kevin Byrne – The benefits of working with vetted and reputable tradespeople: How cowboys are damaging the reputations of honest traders, what businesses can do about it and how to spot a rogue trader.

Eco Technology Show commercial director Nicola Gunstone commented: “We are delighted to have so many influential industry leaders and speakers involved.

“This event will create tangible opportunities for companies to network, promote themselves and do business with exhibitors and other visitors.”

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