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Energy Efficiency Exhibitions travel round the UK

Aberdeen, Belfast, Cardiff and Norwich will all welcome the Energy Efficiency Exhibitions in October.
Free of charge, the Energy Efficiency & Renewables Events will include some of the highlights of the exhibitions, condensed into a high quality, half-day's content.

Areas addressed will include: ECO, energy efficiency, gas safety, the Green Deal, renewables, RHI, project financing, technologies and training. Technologies covered will include: air source heat pumps, biomass, boilers, flue gas analysers, gas, insulation, oil, plumbing, radiators, solar PV and solar thermal.

Exhibitors will include: Anton, Dimplex Renewables, Gas Safe Register, Knauf, Krannich, NAPIT, NatWest, OFTEC, Plumb Center, PTS, Solar Trac, Stelrad, Windhager and Vaillant.

All of the events open to visitors at 9.30 each day:

  • Belfast 1 October Stormont Hotel, Belfast BT4 3LP

  • Aberdeen 3 October Britannia Hotel, Aberdeen AB21 9LN

  • Cardiff 8 October Village Hotel, Cardiff, CF14 7EF

  • Norwich 10 October Holiday Inn, Norwich, NR6 6JA


  • To find out more about visiting and to obtain free tickets email team@energiseevents.co.uk



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