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Forget Simon Cowell, vote at S-Factor LIVE at London HEVAR 08

Never mind the X-Factor, HVAC businesses and individuals are clamouring to take part in the S-Factor on September 25, with sustainability the hot word on every building services professional's lips.
Industry gets talking at London HEVAR


Hosted at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London's Greycoat Street from September 24-25, attendees to HVAC exhibition London HEVAR will listen to arguments voiced for and against different technologies to consider which technologies are truly sustainable, before making their own mind up to vote for their winner.

LondonHEVAR 2007


The industry's answer to Simon Cowell, will get his judgely wig on to put 'sustainable' technologies in the firing line, but ultimately the audience casts their vote to decide a winner.

Ground source and air source heat pumps, solar thermal and PV, biomass, biofuel and windpower will get a chance to impress but for a chance to hear the panel of experts' thoughts and catch the S-Factor, visit the Royal Horticultural Halls on September 25, day two of London HEVAR.
London HEVAR at Royal Horticultural Halls, Greycoat Street, Sept 24-25


European ac wholesaler Air Trade Centre UK is making its debut presence in the UK market at London HEVAR 08. With a new presence in the UK, the company will be introducing its product range to UK customers and consultants. The firm's heat recovery units will be on show.

For networking opportunities, firms can book a meeting space at London HEVAR to liaise with new and old customers. To book a place to 'Meet the Buyer' contact Natasha Mensah on 0208 651 7135.

Survival of the fittest? Industry limbers up for London HEVAR 08


Networking at London HEVAR


To register for London HEVAR, see a full seminar programme and exhibitors list visit LondonHEVAR.
15 September 2008

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