Evolving from Solar Energy UK’s previous energy+ brand and 6-years of continuous show growth, this year’s show heralds an exciting new era where Solar Energy UK evolves into a broader exhibition – Clean Energy Live, opening up new market segments and bringing whole building energy solutions and centralised to distributed energy to the mainstream.
The next Demand Response Forum is on Wednesday 5 October 2016 from 10am – 1pm, at the ADE offices, 10 Dean Farrar Street, London SW1H 0DX.
The Euroheat & Power autumn conference will provide a high-level forum for policy-makers, industry and civil society to exchange views on how thermal networks can help deliver a smoother energy transition at European, national and local level.
A members' only event highlighting recent movements in policy and industry and the implications for district heating and cooling.
HVAC 2016 is the only show in the UK dedicated to heating, ventilation & air conditioning. Catering for installers, engineers, contractors, specifiers and architects, HVAC 2016 will host a wide selection of the industry’s leading brands.
Energy 2016 is the industry trade event dedicated to renewables, innovation and power solutions. From energy storage to biomass, from water management to renewable solutions Energy 2016 will bring together all energy suppliers under one roof providing industry tailored feature programmes to suit your needs. Have the opportunity to meet in a professional setting with key industry suppliers whether it be on exhibitors stands or association stations, forum hubs or whether you participate in our Hosted Buyers Programme, the benefits are endless on what you can receive from this multinational exhibition.
The Utility Week Congress is the flagship annual event for forward-thinking water, gas and electricity sector leaders responding to industry change. Discounted tickets for ADE members.
A members' only event highlighting recent movements in policy and industry and the implications for building and micro CHP
London Build 2016 is the ideal opportunity for your organisation to gain access to all the latest construction projects in the capital; and the opportunity to network with thousands of attendees from contractors, developers, architects, government and other construction industry professionals.
Timed to discuss the Government’s consultation into developing a smart energy system, this seminar will assess the next steps and policy priorities for making the ‘smart grid’ a reality. Delegates will evaluate the options for establishing a flexible and low-carbon electricity network, including an assessment of how new system measures such as demand-side response and automated processes should be integrated into standard network operations, as well as the role of increased energy storage capacity in managing and responding to demand changes.
The 2017 Euroheat & Power Congress will be held in Glasgow. Save the date!