EMEX takes place from the 21-22 November 2018 at ExCeL, London
EMEX establishes and builds partnerships between business, third party intermediaries, training suppliers, government and public bodies to accelerate the adoption and the implementation of energy efficiency measures in order to reduce energy use and carbon emissions.
We do this by providing an event platform across which stakeholders can share knowledge, technologies and expertise. We’ll help you find innovative and effective solutions to the challenges you are facing.
Exhibitors, Sponsors & Partners include:
5 Topical Seminar Theatres
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
Behaviour change | Career & Training | Best Practice | Awards
Sustainability and Climate Change
Strategies | Visions | Reporting | Transformational Change
Facilities, Technology & Innovation
Futurescope | Green Tech | Data Centre | Case Studies
Renewables, Supply & Storage
Dynamic Response | Simplified Taxes | Security of Supplies
Demand-Side Response DSR | Flexible
2017 Speakers included:
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