APRIL NEWSLETTER #4 - Innovation at The Eco Technology Show
LATEST INNOVATIONS TO HIT THE MARKET SHOWCASED AT THE ECO TECHNOLOGY SHOW
New for 2015, the Innovation Zone will showcase the latest innovations and low carbon solutions, giving visitors a glimpse of the future and the chance to learn about new ways to save energy and money.
With over 70 free keynotes, panels, talks and networking opportunities; spread across the three seminar areas, and a communications hub where visitors can network around their area of expertise and get free advice from experts.
Thursday innovation zone talk highlights include:
Hear from a pint-sized courier firm with big ideas as ReCharge Cargodiscuss how goods can be moved more efficiently in our cities and regions.
Learn how to turn difficult, disruptive and dirty jobs into clean, efficient and safe processes with Q-bot.
Help your organisation to create additional value from monitoring assets in real time through internet connectivity withKnowNow.
Find out about howHales Water Turbinesand their tidal stream turbinescould offer you renewable marine energy.
Something to pique your interest in solar with The Solar Cloth Company's coverings for non-load bearing roofs and car parking.
Follow in the footsteps of many painters and plasterers in discovering the advantages of spray cork from CorkSol.
Figure outhow much you could save by using off-peak energy from Upside Energy.
Drink award-winning bottled water on the go withAquapax, leaving behind the fears associated with plastic toxins.
Over 120 confirmed exhibitors with the latest products, developments and years of expertise form the show floor, including providers of energy management, build & retrofit, transport, technology & resource efficiency services & solutions. To see a list of exhibitors click here.
The National Custom & Self Build Association’s (NaCSBA’s) mission is to substantially increase the number of people able to build or commission their own home.
Their objectives are: to raise the awareness of the self build and custom build sector; to double the self build and custom build sector's contribution, to new homes built annually - from 8% to 16% by 2020, through lobbying government, land owners and finance providers; and, to collate and communicate best practice to the self build and custom build sector.
With house prices rocketing up over the last few years, self build and custom build options are becoming more attractive to a wider demographic. Find out more information from NaSCBA at the Eco Technology Show to help get your home build ideas off of the ground.
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