NEMEX 2012

Large or small, public or private, saving energy is a challenge all organisations face – and there’s no better place to find the latest ways to make a change for […]

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By Geoff Curran

Large or small, public or private, saving energy is a challenge all organisations face – and there’s no better place to find the latest ways to make a change for the better than at NEMEX, the National Energy Management Exhibition.

The 2012 show will bring together energy managers and decision makers from a wide range of industries to find out more about the latest advances in renewable energy products, energy management services and energy efficient technologies.

In addition to being a great place to do business, when NEMEX returns to the NEC Birmingham from May 22-24, it will unveil a new, second conference theatre, transforming the ideas and advice available at this free-to-visit event.

NEMEX attracts a wide-ranging audience from large multinationals and SMEs, to senior individuals from the public sector, making it the ideal place for businesses to launch new products and find new customers.

Among the visitors to NEMEX 2011 was Gareth Williams, Energy Solutions Manager at Northern Rail. He said: “I thought this year was excellent, it’s getting better and better. A must-attend event on the annual calendar for any environmental/energy professional.”

The opening of the new theatre means there will be an even more exciting seminar programme running as part of the three days of NEMEX 2012.

In Theatre 1, the new conference stage, main sessions include a look at energy policy, energy saving, REMIT, carbon reduction, renewables, RHI, smart meters, PV/Solar, CRC and EMR (electricity market reform) and behavioural change.

Meanwhile in Theatre 2, the existing seminar theatre, topics will include retrofit, voltage optimisation, anaerobic digestion, energy management standards, lighting, behavioural change and much more.

The 2012 seminar programme promises an engaging schedule, with companies already involved including Co-operative Group, The Carbon Trust, Nando’s, Marks & Spencer, Flextricity, IBM, Gazprom and RES ensuring once again there will be a broad spread of opinion and advice on offer.

NEMEX’s event director Donna Bushell, from Faversham House Group, said: “Just as the drive to save money through energy efficiency is an ongoing challenge for many organisations, so we are continually reviewing what is on offer at NEMEX, to ensure it offers the latest innovations, ideas and advice, all under one roof.

“The opening of our new main stage theatre is testament to our determination that NEMEX 2012 will be the unmissable event of the year, whatever the size of the operation you represent and at whatever stage you are at in reducing your carbon footprint.”

The latest news and information on how to register for free attendance are available from www.nemex.co.uk