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Editor: David Keighley
10th September 2015

A group of key UK events for the energy efficiency, renewables and water industries takes place next week amid industry concerns over a number of issues ranging from reduced subsidies and new legislation to market deregulation. The Energy Event, the Water Event and the Renewables Event (NEC, Birmingham, from September 15-16) have lined up strong conference and seminar programmes and wide range of exhibitors.

Organiser i2i Events has also announced a new 'business matchmaking' service. Energy Connects provides exclusive one-to-one meetings between visitors and exhibitors. Once registered, visitors will be able to log in to an online portal and arrange meetings with exhibitors and other pre-registered visitors.

"The Energy Event takes place at a key time in the calendar to assess the new political landscape's likely impact on UK energy policy," said i2i's Russell Bacon. "The Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme, issues around the security of supply and climate talks scheduled for late 2015 will also affect how energy business is conducted."

You can sign up for Energy Connect and find more information on these events here.


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David Keighley

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