UK Construction Week - Energy 2015

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New conference aims to help energy specialists, civil engineers and architects grasp the benefits of the evolving energy sector

6- 8 October 2015, NEC Birmingham

Energy 2015 is a brand new event within UK Construction Week for the energy industry, aimed at energy specialists, civil engineers, architects and other industry professionals. Covering all aspects of energy solutions, Energy 2015 will provide a valuable insight into the latest industry trends and face-to-face interaction with some of the leading players in the international market.

The show will bring together more than 50,000 industry professionals including installers, contractors, specifiers and engineers coming to see thousands of products and solutions, free seminars, The Energy Hub, Meet the Buyer and UK Construction Week's Main Stage, as well as a Beer Festival, Comedy Night and much more.

Don't miss out on the must-attend event of the year to meet with key exhibitors and network with industry peers all under one roof. Register for your free ticket here.

 

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