The Envirolink feature will showcase some of the most advanced products currently within the energy solutions marketplace.
The fully booked stand will feature the latest energy innovations from Clarke Energy, Miralite Natural Daylighting, Renewable Solutions UK, Control Plus Solutions, MJ Lighting, Power Efficient Systems, Senselogix, NewFound Energy and the The University of Salford.
Each company participating in the Envirolink feature will be highlighting a specific product that will be installed and powered to show the visitor its individual benefits. Hosting these diverse companies in one space will help to show visitors how they can reduce the overall energy consumption of their building, as well as reduce costs, both in the long and short term.
The Envirolink feature will also demonstrate the types of energy solutions that can be delivered under the forthcoming Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) schemes, which is the new mechanism and approach to funding energy improvements in both domestic and non-domestic properties.
Fergus Bird, group event manager at UBM Live, said, “The Energy Solutions show is very proud to work with Envirolink on this new feature that will highlight some of the country’s market leading companies within the energy sector.
“The products displayed here will help visitors to the event gain an overall understanding of how they can overcome many of their energy and economical challenges. Energy Solutions continues to evolve each year and this new feature will offer our visitors a great opportunity to interact and discover some of the most innovation products that are currently out there.”
“All the companies featured at Energy Solutions 2012 within our feature are ‘Envirolink Recommended’ suppliers, which means they and their products meet or exceed minimum quality, health and safety, environmental and industry standards. Energy Solutions 2012 is the ideal partner, as its core aim is to educate and assist commercial end users in how they can dramatically reduce energy and cost in this current climate,” added Katherine Burden a principal consultant at Envirolink.