Facilitating net zero

EMEX, the Energy Management and Net Zero exhibition returns to London’s ExCeL on 22 & 23 November 2023 and is the ‘must-attend’ event for any organisation looking to deliver a low-carbon, energy efficient and sustainable future. Register your FREE place now and be just one amongst the largest gathering of energy managers and sustainability professionals in the UK

Now in its tenth year and attracting an audience from across both the public and private sectors, EMEX 2023 is even bigger and better than before and offers our audience even more in the way of learning, networking and discovering the latest technology than ever before. Visitors come to learn how to operate more sustainably, network with others on a similar journey and meet industry suppliers who can help facilitate their net zero plans.

EMEX at a glance
Over 4,000 visitors attend over two days from all sizes of public and private sector companies looking to learn and invest in a more energy-efficient future.
    
There are multiple free-to-attend conference theatres with 150+ leading industry experts giving valuable advice and best practice on topics covering the entire sustainability and net zero spectrum.
    
There will be over 100 exhibiting companies offering state-of-the-art solutions for visitors who are either considering, just embarking on a net-zero journey or are already well on their way to a carbon-neutral commercial future.

Looking forward to EMEX 2023
The packed programme of learning will once again form a key component of the event. Four conference theatres covering different areas of sustainability will host over 150 industry experts, some of the foremost thought-leaders in the space plus leading academic and government representatives all facilitating thought-provoking discussion and debate on the most pressing issues of the moment. Led by Lord Rupert Redesdale, a key voice within government on the issue of sustainability, speakers will be presenting a range of case studies, panel discussions, technical and innovation showcase sessions, practical learnings and advice to visitors on how to move forward with their own sustainability agenda. Read on for further details of each theatre.

Energy and Carbon Management Strategy Theatre
Understand how to reduce your energy costs, manage budgets internally and deliver on net zero targets. 30+ speakers over two days including case studies from City of London Corporation, Topsoe, JLL, The Gym Group, Great Portland Estates, Chelmsford City Council and NHS Property Services.

Sustainability and Net Zero Theatre
Net zero planning and the energy transition, showcasing sustainability success stories and guidance, plus four keynote sessions from industry and policy leaders: Paul Monks, chief scientific advisor, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, UK Government; Elizabeth Donnelly, CEO, Women in Engineering Society; Chi Onwurah, shadow minister for science, research and innovation, The Labour Party and Maria Zafar, deputy director of strategy and decarbonisation, OFGEM.

Built Environment and Transport Theatre
Upgrading, retrofitting, decarbonising and new technologies for HVAC, fleet, housing, large commercial and infrastructure. With a keynote from Muyiwa Oki, president elect, RIBA and practical knowledge-sharing from 20 sessions including Energy Systems Catapult, Innovate UK, Ministry of Defence, NHS, Birmingham Airport, VIVID Home and Cartrefi Conwy.

Energy Future and Flexible Networks Theatre
Planning for the ‘new normal’ of energy pricing, building resilience and transitioning to further electrification. Make sure you’re prepared for the next phase of energy efficiency planning, pricing and contracts, demand-side management and security of supply, including insights from Aurora, Vertex, Sonnedix, National Grid ESO, SSE, Energy Systems Catapult and Crown Commercial Services. We’re also welcoming Simon Ponsford, CEO, Tivarri who will be delivering a keynote on energy-efficient computing. The full conference programme is now live on the show website, so visit www.emexlondon.com for further details.
    
This year sees the introduction of interactive roundtables to EMEX for the first time, where visitors can really get under the skin of net zero issues, taking part in in-depth discussions on a key theme or topic. Why just sit and listen when you can be part of the debate? Also free-to-attend, these are unique opportunities to drill down into some of the most important issues in energy management today. Further information on topics to be discussed at these roundtable meetings will be published on the EMEX website very soon so keep checking in for more details: www.emexlondon.com.
    
Visitors attending from the public sector may also be interested in EMEX’s Public Sector Forum, an exclusive gathering to meet like-minded peers and colleagues and discuss the most pertinent issues currently being faced. Further details on this will be released shortly.
    
EMEX is also delighted to welcome Wates Group to the show. Wates are one of the UK’s leading providers of planned and responsive maintenance services in the social housing sector and EMEX is thrilled that they are taking centre stage with the Wates Pavilion. They will be showcasing the services and products of companies that can improve energy use for residential properties as well as save money on household energy bills. Innovation partners already confirmed to appear include: ABS Group, Verv, Signify and The Energy Savers Limited.
    
Whether this is a whole new journey for you and your business, or you’re already firmly on the path to a more sustainable future, making the right connections along the way is vital. EMEX is the largest gathering of professionals in the UK who are playing a part in moving their business to a net zero future, so it’s the place to be to meet other like-minded individuals, build relationships with industry luminaries or to simply source new suppliers. The show floor offers plenty of meeting and networking spaces for both planned and ad hoc conversations to take place.
    
The companies choosing to exhibit at EMEX 2023 is continuing to grow by the day and really do offer something for everyone. Many are showcasing new and innovative energy efficient solutions exclusively at the show, so this is a real opportunity to get hands-on and be amongst the first to see how the rapidly developing technology is helping to reach sustainability goals. Whether you’re just starting out or looking for the right product for the next step of your journey, the busy show floor is the place to be. Visit the exhibitor page at www.emexlondon.com to get a full list of our exhibitors so you can start to plan your visit.

In summary…
EMEX welcomes over 4,000 visitors from the smallest companies to the largest multi-nationals, from limited budgets to those who have millions to invest in sustainability solutions and from across the wide spectrum of both the private and public sectors – there really is something for everyone who walks through the doors. Typically attracting the majority of visitors from within energy management or environment and sustainability roles, whether you’re coming to source products and equipment, conduct meetings with industry peers or acquire knowledge and best practice learnings from the educational agenda, EMEX is the place for you.

Don’t forget that registration is completely FREE and gives you access to all of these features and more. Simply visit https://emex-2023.reg.buzz/govbus to register your place now

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