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Power up at Energy 2017

The industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions within the built environment returns this year – jam-packed with world leading content, CPD sessions and leading industry brands

On 10th – 12th October, Energy 2017 will once again unite industry professionals within the energy sector at the NEC in Birmingham.

Providing new and upcoming market solutions to energy managers, architects, project managers, FM professionals, consultants, engineers and developers, Energy 2017 will act as the centre hub of meeting industry peers to network and discover new innovations and energy saving ideas within a wider range of interconnected industries.

Dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions, the show brings together all energy suppliers under one roof providing industry-tailored feature programmes to suit your needs. Energy 2017 offers the opportunity to meet in a professional setting with key industry suppliers, whether it be on exhibitors’ stands, association stations or forum hubs or whether you participate in the Hosted Buyers Programme.

Energy 2017 is one of nine exciting shows taking place across three days as part of UK Construction Week – the largest free-to-attend trade show for the built environment. TV personalities and industry experts George Clarke, Steph McGovern and Tom Dyckhoff will be introducing proceedings on the UKCW Stage across the three days.

The LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards will be hosted at Energy 2017. The winners will be announced during a special presentation on the evening of Wednesday 11th October at a gala dinner alongside Energy 2017 at the Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC, Birmingham.

The LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards recognise organisations that have made a real difference in the area of low carbon road transport. There are seven award categories altogether, ranging from cars to innovation, from fuels to publications, plus two special awards.

Energy 2017 is bringing the leading authorities together to deliver FREE CPD advice and guidance on key issues including:

  • Post Grenfell: Essential Guidance on Buildings Safety & Fire Prevention (A definitive update on building regulations)
  • Fire Prevention (Guidance on Sprinklers, Fire Doors, Dampening)
  • Flammable Building Materials (Cladding and other materials – latest advice)
  • Health & Safety (Do you know your responsibilities and how to avoid prosecution)
  • Improving Safety through Technology

These CPD workshops are tailored for professionals responsible for building safety. Ensure you book your place early as spaces are limited.

If you’d like to register your interest in the meantime, please do so by email: info@ukconstructionweek.com

Guests will also have the opportunity to unwind with a variety of evening entertainment.

A big success in 2016, the Beer and Ale Festival will offer more than 15 beers and a selection of hot food, as well as live music and entertainment.

Also returning this year is the popular Casino Night, taking place at Genting International Casino at Resorts World Birmingham.

Just a five-minute walk from the doors of Energy 2017, the Casino Night offers the perfect opportunity for you and your colleagues to enjoy a night relaxing and playing all the casino has to offer or just enjoy the entertainment and chance to network.

UK Construction Week 2017 will see the world premiere of Ten Fold, which will be deploying its TF-64 building live at the show.

With the only requirement for installation being a stable ground, the options for Ten Fold’s structures are expansive, including the ability to stack units for more space. The standard structure, the TF-64, includes 729ft2 of clear space when open and 112ft2 of storage space when closed. Doors, windows, and partition panels act as modular components that can be arranged in a number of ways. The structure accommodates plumbing for showers, bathrooms, and kitchens to be fixed inside the unit or in adjoining modules.

There will be plenty of talking points raised in the REA Theatre. Key sessions include:

Nina Skorupska, Chief Executive, Renewable Energy Association
What Will The UK’s Energy Policy Look Like Post Brexit?
10th October; 11:00 – 11.30

Brian Worrall, Corporate Affairs Director, Certas Energy
Fuelling a Cleaner, Healthier Construction Industry
10th October; 15:45 – 16:15

David Coyne, Director, Ashwell Biomass
Developing Biomass Solutions
11th October 2017; 11:00 – 11:30

Stuart Easterbrook, Future Gas Strategy Manager, Cadent Gas Ltd
How Will We Be Heating Our Homes In 2050?
11th October; 13:45 – 14:15

Finian Parrick, MD, Minibems
Impact Of Variable Flow And Temperature Control On Complex Heat Systems
12th October; 11:45 – 12:15

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