The meeting point for installers, commercial and
public sector end users

15-17 March 2016
5-7 April 2016

Partners

  • BPVA

    BPVA

    Associations

    British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) is the National trade association of the UK solar photovoltaic industry.

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  • Enviro UK Consultants

    Enviro UK Consultants

    Associations

    Renewable energy and energy efficiency consultants

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  • GTECH

    GTECH

    Associations

    GTEC specialises in the provision of Electrical, Renewable, DEA, OFTEC and training along with specifically tailored training programs, as well as offering IT solutions and many other bespoke services within the building service industry.

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  • Installer Magazine

    Installer Magazine

    Media

    Installer is essential reading for heating, plumbing and renewable professionals. Providing the latest news, product and training information to the heating industry, Installer magazine has been at the forefront of this sector for twenty years. Following on from the success of Installer2015, ambitions for Installer 2016 are even greater. Installer2016 will be the UK's largest plumbing and heating trade show – attracting the industry’s leading manufacturers and more plumbing and heating professionals than any other plumbing and heating event. Installer2016 is all about helping plumbing and heating installers get up close and personal with the latest products and technologies. Installer2016 puts you face-to-face with its exhibitors' technical experts, not their sales people – so it’s all about hard facts, NOT hard sell. Installer2016 is the place to touch, test and compare the latest products hitting the market in 2016. Installer2016 is totally focused on the business needs of UK plumbing and heating engineers. This is an industry-backed event supported by the UK’s leading manufacturers. UK plumbers and heating engineers told us they want a dedicated trade show that gives them the opportunity to get hands-on with the latest products, and to discover new ways of running more profitable and efficient businesses. Installer2016 will deliver on both counts. Register now at www.installershow.com for your free ticket.

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  • Renewable Energy Association

    Renewable Energy Association

    Associations

    REA was established in 2001 as a not-for-profit trade association, representing British renewable energy producers and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK. REA helps our members build commercially and environmentally sustainable businesses whilst increasing the contribution of renewable energy to the UK’s electricity, heat, transport and green gas needs. Its membership also includes composters, following the merger of the Association for Organics Recycling (formerly the Composting Association) in 2013. The REA endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewables and organics waste recycling to deliver an increasing contribution to the UK's electricity, heat, recycling and transport needs.

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  • Solar Power Portal

    Solar Power Portal

    Media

    The Solar Power Portal is the leading renewable energy resource for all UK solar power and feed-in tariff information. Solar power is one of the few renewable energy generating technologies that can help the UK reach its EU binding targets in urban centres. The Solar Power Portal keeps people both inside and outside the United Kingdom up to date with developments and deployments in the solar industry in the UK. In-depth news, opinions, information on certified products and installers, installations charts, a solar calculator (backed by government figures), accurate policy information straight from the government and all the information that industry professionals and consumers are needed to create a solar reality in the UK.

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  • Solar Trade

    Solar Trade

    Associations

    The STA is the UK’s leading solar industry voice, with a proven track record of winning breakthroughs for the UK’s solar industry.

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  • The National Association of Women in Construction

    The National Association of Women in Construction

    Associations

    NAWIC is an international organisation of women working in the construction industry.

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