A new exhibition aimed at highlighting the growing renewable technologies market has been launched with support from plumbers merchant Plumb Center.
The Renewables Roadshow will tour the UK this September, taking the very latest in technologies & training to trade professionals in six strategically selected locations.
Visitors to the Renewables Roadshow will have the opportunity to interact with dozens of exhibiting manufacturers, merchants & professional bodies, what’s more there will be four theatre areas devoted to simplifying technologies & training:
Event director Dan Caeser said that the event is committed to its renewable principles. “Every effort will be made to operate our business in a sustainable manner. In the first instance, Renewables Roadshow has implemented a range of policies, such as working with sustainable sub-contractors & venues, minimising materials & organising mass transportation.
While the event is “powered by Plumb Center”, it is an independent series of events supported by manufacturers, merchants & professional bodies. The Roadshows are open to any other merchants – national or independent – who wish to sponsor, take part or bring customers along.
Caeser says: “We believe that we can enable businesses to get on board the renewables revolution and our vision involves taking technology & training to thousands of trade professionals over the next decade.”
Manufacturers already signed up to the Renewables Roadshgow include: Altecnic, APHC, Aqualisa, Andrews, Baxi, BES, Cistermiser, Daikin, Danfoss, Dimplex Renewables, ECA, ELECSA, Fernox, Glen Dimplex Boilers, Glow-worm, Grundfos, Heatrae Sadia, Hep2O, Hitachi, Honeywell, HVCA, Ideal Heating, Ideal Standard, ITT Lowara, Kinetics, Kingspan Renewables, Myson, OFTEC, NAPIT, NICEIC, NQA, Nu-heat, Parts Center, Pegler Yorkshire, Plumb Center, PPL Training, Potterton, PTS, Salamander Pumps, Sanyo, Schuco, Sentinel, Smith’s Environmental, Stelrad, Summit Skills, Testo, Thermoboard, Triton, Twyford, Uponor, Vaillant, Wilo, Windhager, Worcester Bosch