What are the biggest challenges within the energy and environment sector?
We asked our exhibitors for Energy & Environment Expo, Tuesday 17 June 2014 - Thursday 19 June 2014, to tell us what they thought were the biggest challenges currently within the industry...
Showcase your company
Occupying a unique position as the only energy event to take place in London, Energy & Environment Expo will bring together the widest range of professionals responsible for energy and environmental strategies within businesses. This will include energy managers, environment managers, facilities managers, health, safety & environment managers, building services managers, architects, energy assessors, energy auditors and energy consultants. Enquire today about available exhibition and sponsorship opportunities
Developed through extensive consultation with energy and environmental management professionals, Energy & Environment Expo will feature seminars covering the latest issues, trends and legislation. Topics will include: Waste management, Water management, Renewables, Supply chain management, Carbon reduction, Energy procurement, CSR, Energy efficiency, Cost control and ROI, Building management systems, legislation and much more. Be a part of the consultation and have your say... Fill out our survey today.
Making buildings work better
Co-located with five other exhibitions that form UBM Live’s Protection & Management Series, Energy & Environment Expo is situated directly in between Safety & Health Expo and Facilities Show on the North Side of London’s ExCeL. The core focus of the series is to bring together all the disciplines that work together to enable buildings and people to work more efficiently and in safer environments.
Brought to you by the organisers of Facilities Show and Ecobuild, we pride ourselves on high-quality delivery and market knowledge and have successfully run events within this industry for over 40 years. This unrivalled position also grants us access to one of the most comprehensive databases in the UK with more than 150,000 contacts actively operating in the sector.