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i2i Events Group

Greater London House
Hampstead Road

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Article archive for i2i Events Group

The Renewables Event reports record visitor registrations (05 September 2012)
Latest visitor registration figures for The Renewables Event reveal that 10,000 professionals have registered to attend the free event that runs from 11-12 September at the NEC in Birmingham. read more...

Industry challenges to be addressed by ESTA (10 August 2012)
The Energy Event, which is to be held on 11-12 September at the NEC in Birmingham has unveiled the conference programme in its ESTA Theatre which is hosted by the Energy Services and Technology Association. read more...

Don’t waste time trying to cut energy consumption (09 August 2012)
‘It’s a simple concept – the more money people save on energy, the more they will have available to spend on flights to the Costa Brava.’ That’s what De Montfort University professor James Woudhuysen (pictured) is expected to assert at The Energy Event, which will be held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham on 11-12 September. read more...

‘Joined-up approach’ to policy called for by CBI (07 August 2012)
Clarity and perspective around the business case for onsite energy generation is central to this year’s The Renewables Event at Birmingham’s NEC, taking place from 11-12 September 2012. read more...

Major energy panel to address challenges of coping with growing energy demand (06 August 2012)
Representatives from some of the most influential energy organisations in the UK are to debate one of the biggest issues facing the country’s businesses today; a low carbon economy. read more...
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