HeatingSave to exhibit innovative energy monitoring technologies at Greenbuild Expo 2013
HeatingSave is a market leader in the field of energy management, monitoring and efficiency, so it should come as no surprise that we’ll exhibit our latest, most advanced and exciting products at the Greenbuild Expo 2013.
Set to be held on the 8’th and 9’th of May at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, Greenbuild Expo 2013 is one of the most important exhibitions and cross-industry events dedicated to the development of advanced solutions for improving the environmental impact of our existing building stock, reducing energy bills and creating sustainable buildings of the future.
HeatingSave will be exhibiting in the Commercial buildings area, where multi-site and large building owners can see what they can do to their buildings to reduce carbon emissions, utility bills and get the best from the Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme.
Within our stand (B2), you’ll be able to gain insight into the cutting-edge HeatingSave Monitoring system, as well as learn more about the latest-generation, improved HeatingSave Building Energy Management System.
Plus, you’ll also be able to find out how you can cut your household energy bills by an impressive 30%+, with the help our affordable, reliable and efficient HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs).
Moreover, Mr. Nigel Smith, Chairman of Tensor plc (HeatingSave’s parent company) will hold a special session on Wednesday, May 8’th, within the Foyer Room, starting at 14.45.
The main topic of the session will be the advancement of wireless technologies within the monitoring and controls industry, which has provided a whole new layer of applications for enhancing the delivery of the smart solutions for such areas the monitoring, managing and controlling energy usage and building comfort levels, cutting energy bills, as well as monitoring/proving the gap in the Green Deal between assessment and reality.
Greenbuild Expo 2013 will also include a serious training theme, with sessions tailor-made for visitors to gain real insight into a variety of topics and an exhibitor zone just for training providers.
These programs will include Green Deal sessions for contractors, providers, assessors and the public sector, Energy Management taster sessions for facilities and buildings managers, public sector, Passivehaus design taster for public sector, developers, architects and consultants, MCS Installer taster sessions for PV, Solar Thermal Heat pumps and Biomass, as well as sustainability courses for all.
Other highlights include the UK’s only woodfuel event, Ignition, a market set to benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive which will cover both the commercial and next year the domestic RHI. A visit to this part of the show will ensure you are aware of the latest developments in technology and legislation relating to this growing industry.