Register now for the SEAI Energy Show, showcasing the serious business of sustainable energy
Sustainable energy is serious business
Action on sustainable energy is now more important than ever with recent SEAI data showing that the economic recovery brings the unwanted consequence of an increase in energy use. In 2015, energy use grew by 5%, the first substantial growth in five years. There is a burning imperative to make our whole economy more sustainable in energy, through greater efficiency and greater use of renewables.
The sustainable energy agenda is serious business which the business sector takes very seriously. Large energy users, SME’s and public bodies are constantly looking for ways to reduce their energy use and become more sustainable. If you are a supplier, specifier or buyer of sustainable energy technologies, products or services, then you will not want to miss The SEAI Energy Show in the RDS, Dublin on April 5th and 6th.
What to see at SEAI Energy Show 2017
The Show brings together the designers, suppliers and contractors who deliver sustainable energy solutions. From small businesses to large industry, public bodies to community organisations, the Energy Show is the perfect opportunity to see the latest innovations in renewable energy and energy efficiency and learn about future developments as we move towards a more sustainable energy society. The event centres on the exhibition, where visitors can see everything from large scale renewable energy solutions for industry, to smart energy management systems for SMEs, or the latest lighting technology innovations, to high efficiency boilers and much more in-between.
There are also lots of additional special features to experience at the Show including:
- Networking opportunities with international markets and professional representative associations
- Electric vehicle pavilion with free test drives of the latest models
- Best practice demonstration area
- Wide range of workshops and expert briefing sessions
Attending the show
Come to the show, learn about new industry innovations, make some new connections and participate in one of the most important energy industry events of the year! If last year is anything to go by, we can expect as many as 5,000 people to pass through the doors over the two days. So put the dates in your diary and register for free now. Don’t miss out – your business simply cannot afford to get left behind.
Tom Halpin is Head of Communications and a member of the senior management team at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, with responsibility for leading strategic communications, corporate positioning and programme marketing. A graduate of UCD with a degree in Electronic Engineering, and a Diploma in Marketing, Tom has 20 years of experience in the energy sector having joined the then Irish Energy Centre in 1995. Previously Tom worked in engineering and marketing with a number of multinational companies.