Big Name Sponsors For Oil & Renewable Energy Show
3rd December 2011
Some of the best known names in the oil heating and renewable energy sector have chosen to become sponsors of the UK's premier showcase for the latest and future energy solutions - the Oil & Renewable Energy Show 2012, at Manchester Central in October.
Such household brands as Plumb Center, Parts Center, Kingspan Environmental, Worcester Bosch, and Warmflow are all key sponsors of the exhibition. Confirmed exhibitors also include many of the leading names in the oil heating and renewables industry including Anglo Nordic, BES, Cemo UK, Danfoss UK, Dunraven Systems Limited, Ecoflam UK, Envirostore UK, Firebird, Heating World of Spares, Fuel Dump and Testo.
Charles Burns, Commercial Director of TankDepot.co.uk supplier Kingspan Environmental says, "Kingspan Environmental is, once again, the proud commercial sponsor of the Oil & Renewable Energy Show 2012 following the outstanding response we received in 2010 from installers and other visitors to the show.
"We will be using the event to showcase the very latest in rainwater harvesting systems, fuel storage solutions, tank technology and monitoring platforms. We will have a number of new products and initiatives to share with show visitors which will present great opportunities for growth for OFTEC installers and industry stakeholders."
Meanwhile, Julie McLean, Head of Marketing for Plumb Center/Parts Center, says, "The show was a great success last year and we are expecting it to be even bigger and better next year."
The event is being organised by A&D Publishing - publishers of a portfolio of energy titles, including Oil Installer and Renewable Energy Installer. A&D's Jonathan Hibbert says, "We are delighted to welcome aboard such a distinguished group of big names as sponsors of the show. Their support is testament to its significance.
"October's show, and its complementary seminar programme, will be an essential event for everyone in the industry involved in the planning, specification, purchase and installation and maintenance of both oil-fired heating equipment and the very latest in renewable energy alternatives. The show will also present a unique opportunity for consumers eager to learn more about renewable technology for their own homes, and the regulations surrounding such energy.
"The 2012 show was only launched in the middle of November, but already we are experiencing an unprecedented demand for exhibition space - a demand which stems from the exceptional response exhibitors experienced at the inaugural event in Coventry last year."
Renewable technologies featured at the show will include solar thermal, solar PV, biomass, heat pumps, wind energy, and hydro.
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Article Last Updated 3rd December 2011