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 06-08 March 2018 / ExCeL, London

In association with:

  • UKDEA
  • Business Sweden
  • Denmark

Part of the futurebuild districts...

The largest gathering of manufacturers of district energy equipment ever seen in the UK will feature in this dedicated area.

Hosted by the ukDEA and in association with Danish and Swedish Embassies, this district will include a packed programme of key speakers and debates, a networking lounge, a new product launch pad showcase demonstrating the latest technology available and the launch of a local authority knowledge workshop to help with district energy projects.

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The next energy revolution...

District energy systems, a more sustainable way of heating and cooling buildings, have been around for more than 120 years, but they are now finally recognised as the next energy revolution in the UK.

Building on the 2017 success, the District Energy area will be home to the UK’s largest gathering of district energy heating and cooling network suppliers. This will be hosted by the ukDEA in association with Danish and Swedish Embassies, whose experts will share best practice and new thinking from across the sector.

District Energy at ecobuild 2018 will be the largest gathering of manufacturers of district energy equipment ever seen in the UK. The district will include a packed programme of key speakers and debates, a networking lounge, a new product showcase demonstrating the latest technology available and the launch of a local authority knowledge workshop to help with district energy projects.

“As first time exhibitors at Ecobuild 2017, we were unsure of what to expect. However, we had a fantastic show – I lost my voice after the first day as we were so busy! Having such a positive experience, we have already rebooked for 2018, doubling the size of our stand.”

Toby Chamberlin, Sales Director, Rhico Ltd

DE

This district includes:

  • A three-day seminar programme covering everything from business models and funding to key technical delivery and design considerations.
     
  • New for 2018, the BEIS hosted Local Authority workshop. Two Local Authorities (per day) will host informal sessions with visitors and exhibitors alike, to discuss existing projects and advise on the funding opportunities available for new projects. This will all take place within an integrated networking lounge with a choice of one-to-one meetings or in general roundtable discussions.
     
  • The latest products and innovations in a curated product gallery
     
  • Expert advice clinic
     
  • Launch pad product pavilion

Confirmed exhibitors include:

Strategic Partners