ECO innovators from across the UK will converge at the Brighton Centre today for the annual Eco Technology Show.
The show will demonstrate how the public sector, businesses and homeowners can cut costs and reduce their impact on the environment through sustainable practices and energy efficiency.
From the latest electric vehicles, such as BMW’s i8 hybrid supercar, to renewable energy heating systems and the latest lighting solutions, the show will combine new product launches with the opportunity for visitors to see and try out many of these exciting innovations.
The show has more than 130 exhibitors, including EDF Energy, providing advice on energy saving solutions, Newform Energy will show the latest carbon-cutting hybrid heating solutions, Fleetdrive Electric’s new smart app for electric vehicle drivers will be launched and HD Services will exhibit ground source heat pumps that can slash energy bills by 50%.
There will also be debates, talks and Greg Barker, Minister for Energy and Climate Change discussing how to unlock low carbon solutions.
The Eco Technology Show will be open from 9.30am-5pm today and 9.30am-4.30pm tomorrow. Register at www.ecotechnologyshow.co.uk