26-27 June 2014, The Brighton Centre
Preparations for The Eco Technology Show are gathering momentum, with a raft of new exhibitors showcasing innovations such as ‘Econoblock’. This is a lightweight load-bearing structural breeze block from Econovate Ltd, with high thermal insulation performances, constructed from waste paper and cardboard diverted from landfills.
Yelo Architects will showcase its unique approach sustainable building design. The company will also reveal a proposal to integrate a food growing system on all of the balconies at its One Hove Park scheme.
The latest hybrid solutions will be presented by Newform Energy to significantly reduce a building’s carbon footprint. The company will also launch two new solar panels, a new multi-source heat pump and new solar controller.
Visit the Geo-Environmental stand to discuss climate change mitigation and adaption services. The company’s new service solutions for due diligence will also be launched exclusively at the Show.
Fond Nova UK Ltd will display a wide range of energy saving heating systems and products including a new range of Itaca boilers.
The Show also boasts a display of the latest electric and low-emission vehicles. Headline debutants include BMW’s electric i3 and i8 hybrid supercar, Mitsubishi’s Outlander - the world’s first plug-in SUV as well as the ground-breaking Tesla Model S and a range of electric bikes. Fleetdrive Electric will also launch a new Smart EV app for mobile devices, designed for EV drivers to find the nearest charging points along a route.
Previously unseen work by Hubcap Creatures Ltd will also be unveiled, amongst a selection of work including sculptures of fish, aeroplanes and assorted creations made from recycled material.
Nicola Gunstone, commercial director at The Eco Technology Show comments: “Eco Technology is no longer on the margins, it is now mainstream business. With interest in this exciting industry growing, an increasing number of entrepreneurs, business owners and local authorities are now looking to implement and install eco technology.
A visit to the Eco Technology Show will deliver all the information required to start, grow and/or develop a business using low carbon solutions as well as showcasing the latest products, ideas and innovations.”
The Eco Technology Show, which returns to the Brighton Centre for its third year, will be open from 9.30am-5.00pm on Thursday 26 June and 9.30am-4.30pm on Friday 27 June. It will showcase the latest ideas and products with over 140 exhibitors and more than 60 free seminars. Visitors will discover brand new innovations in eco technology and low carbon solutions to save money at home and at work.
Registration is free. Further information can be found on the website www.ecotechnologyshow.co.uk.