Get ready for the Heating & Renewables Roadshow
The Heating and Renewables Roadshow (HRR) will be travelling to five strategically located venues across the UK in September, including Coventry, Exeter, Farnborough, Edinburgh and Manchester. Over 60 leading industry suppliers and manufacturers will be on hand to deliver essential advice, practical demonstrations and much more.
Indeed, this is very much a roadshow for the industry, bringing together a full spectrum of renewable and low carbon technologies under one roof. Renewables are at the heart of the show but it has also been expanded to include other forms of heating.
This is the first industry show following a summer of wide-ranging changes to key financial incentives including Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs), Green Deal and the Feed-In Tariff. Attending the roadshow will help visitors discover how these changes will affect them and their business.
To ensure the roadshow will help businesses grow and develop, we have four excellent knowledge partners; Stroma Certification, Edmundson Electrical & Greentech, REHAU and Sustainable Building Solutions, all of which will present high quality seminars to advise on key industry issues.
We also have TrustMark on board as the roadshowâ€™s key supporting organisation â€“an important industry source that will bring a wealth of additional expertise and trusted contacts to the visitors of the show.
Here at HRR HQ, we recognise the importance of equipping our visitors with the necessary knowledge to help to increase profits and improve product specifications. We have developed a comprehensive and cutting-edge seminar programme, with some of the industryâ€™s leading associations taking part, to guide HRR attendees to success:
- At the Stroma Certification & Greenworks Theatre, the Sustainable Energy Association will be explaining what the general election result, and the subsequent developments at DECC, will mean for your business.
- The Building & Engineering Services Association will be looking at heat metering at the Sustainable Building Solutions Theatre.
- The Electrical Contractorsâ€™ Association will be exploring the integration of renewables into the grid at the Edmundson Electrical & Greentech Theatre.
- At the REHAU Theatre, the Ground Source Heat Pump Association (GSHPA) will be talking about Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) support for Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs).
Itâ€™s going to be a very busy two weeks, but we are positive that all visitors will benefit from attending the HRR.
Click here to register for your free ticket.