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HVACR Show 2020 goes live in April

With overwhelming support from major industry brands, the HVACR Show - rebranded to 'HVACR Live' - is moving to 20-22 April 2020 which will align the show closer to Climate Action Week events being held at ExCel London next year. 

Climate Action Week London is a government and partners initiative for London, to make cities cleaner and healthier places to work, live and visit. HVACR Live will link in to the  RACHP Industry Conference which will be running alongside other planned major climate events which form part of the initiative in July.

With the current climate crisis being one of the key themes of HVACR Live, organisers are excited to be involved with Climate Action Week London. Events organiser for HVACR Live Karena Cooper said: 'Climate action is a global hot topic as well as top of the agenda for the Industry Insight series being hosted at the April show. We will be working  with some of our most influential and dynamic industry brands, providing information on products as well as new and innovative approaches to evolving in this new era.'

A host of speakers with be covering subjects such as building efficiencies,  smart systems and transitions to heat pumps, heat networks, cooling and ventilating buildings.

The next generation of industry professionals is also at the heart of HVACR Live with related speakers and events addressing topics such as inspiring millennials, the roles that education and skills have and the next generation of leadership 2030.

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5 June 2019


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