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NEMEX (part of Sustainability Live)


NEMEX energy Live,the No.1 event for energy in all its forms is part of Sustainability Live and takes place at the NEC, Birmingham. NEMEX will deliver a one-stop shop for all aspects of energy management and efficiency and renewable solutions by bringing together key suppliers and buyers at the UK's largest national forum for environmental and energy professionals. The exhibition and extensive seminar programme are free to attend. Dates for 2014 to be announced soon


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East Grinstead
West Sussex
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Nemex Show News December 2006

Nemex, part of Sustainabilitylive! is organised by FHG, publisher of Environment Business and online resource edie.net Energy in Buildings and Industry is the official media partner.

Looking to keep up to date with industry legislation?

Nemex 2007, part of Sustainabilitylive! will see a number of FREE Masterclasses, Case Studies, Technology Presentations and six Keynote Addresses. Seeking to share best practice, knowledge and experience across the industries represented at the shows you can benefit from three full days of seminars, in between visiting exhibitors.

Topics covered will include Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, the Implications of Nuclear Power, Living in a Low Carbon Economy, Microgeneration, Sustainable Buildings, Small Scale Renewables, AM&T, Energy Management, Energy Price Risk Management and Employee Engagement. A number of industry associations will be taking part in our features programme including the Energy Institute, ESTA and CIBSE.

If you're interested in, or have responsibility for environment, land or water you could also benefit from the features programmes in ET and ES, ICU and IWEX so take a look and attend some of the sessions for FREE. Need to know what topics are hot? Want to hear heated debates from key industry figures? Then look no further...

Full details of all programmes are due to be released in the New Year, so watch this space!

Also on board...

We are pleased to announce that the GSHP, EEAS and STA have come on board as partners for the shows in May, read on to find out a bit more about them.


The new Ground Dest Heat Pump Association has been formed to promote and develop the Ground Dest Heat Pump (GSHP) industry, which is growing rapidly, with installations in the UK increasing by at least 60% each year.


The Energy Efficiency Accreditation Scheme is the UK's only independent award recognising achievements in reducing energy use by leading organisations in
industry, commerce and the public sector. The Scheme is managed by the National
Energy Foundation on behalf of the Carbon Trust.


The Solar Trade Association Ltd. (STA) was formed in 1978 to serve as a focal point for organisations with business interests in the Solar Energy industry. Members are made up of the producers of solar collectors and associated equipment and the installers of systems which cover the thermal solar business
in the United Kingdom.

Deadlines looming

Exhibitor Presentations

We are offering all booked exhibitors the opportunity to submit an application form for an exhibitor presentation slot. With limited availability for these slots make sure you get your company's completed from back to us by 5pm on Wednesday 6 December 2006.

Invite Request

Although we do offer all exhibitors a FREE mailing service we know that some of you prefer to send out show invites directly to your clients. If you haven't already responded to our recent fax asking how many invites you'd like, email carolyn.blakely@fav-house.com with the total number of invites you would like us to get printed for you! We can only guarantee to fulfil orders placed before Monday 15 January 2007.

FREE Mailing Service

We will mail your clients for FREE! All you need to do is write a letter, send us your letterhead and we will print, fulfil and post your direct mail for you! Call us on +44 (0)20 8651 7130 to discuss.

Celebrate your success

Whilst we know you're always busy, completing an application form for one of the following awards will really enable you to take stock of your achievements. Evaluating what you have worked on, and what could have worked better will not only enable you to move forward in a more positive way but could also result in you being awarded with one of the following, coveted titles.

Applications can now be submitted for the:

· Nemex Energy Manager of the Year

· Nemex Renewables Innovation Award

Why not let others know about the great work you are doing! All applications must be received by 5pm on Wednesday 28 February 2007. Simply visit www.sustainabilitylive.com, follow the right hand link for 'Awards and Dinner' and submit your application!

Supported by:

Energy Institute
Energy in Buildings & Industry

Need help?

Whether you are looking to book, or have already done so and need some marketing assistance please feel free to contact us, we'd love to hear from you!

Marketing Manager - Tracy O'Flaherty

Marketing Executive - Joanna Sheehy

Sales Manager - Paul Fitzgerald

E: sustainabilitylive@fav-house.com
P: (0)20 8651 7140
F: (0)20 8651 7144

Don't miss out

Many feared that the rise in internet usage was going to have a negative impact upon the exhibitions industry but this just doesn't seem to be the case. With stand space filling up if you haven't booked yet give Tony Lambert, Group Sales Manager a call on +44 (0)20 8651 7143 to see what stands are still available.

Keep up to date with edie.net

www.edie.net provides you with up to the minute news relevant to your sector. Outlined below are a few of the current stories online...

Scheme to help create low-carbon products

Companies can get a helping hand in developing low-carbon products from a new
Government-funded scheme, aimed at satisfying customer demand for low-carbon
goods. The Carbon Trust, which helps businesses become more energy-efficient, will be helping companies calculate and minimise the carbon emissions created by individual products - a service that is free for small companies.

Energy efficiency plan brings encouragement, but no binding targets

The EU's Energy Efficiency Action Plan brought in a series of measures that encourage Europeans to cut energy waste - but failed to set binding energy efficiency targets, to the dismay of green groups. European countries currently waste over 20% of the energy they use and could save this amount with zero net investment, according to the European Commission's own estimate. Last month the EC had proposed cutting out this waste completely by 2020.

States sign nuclear fusion deal

Countries representing half of the world's population signed an agreement to fund a 10bn euro research facility for the development of nuclear fusion, the zero-emission, zero-waste holy grail of atomic energy research. Europe, the US, China, India, Russia, Japan and South Korea agreed to cooperate on the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), to be built in Cadarache in the south of France. The target date for the first demonstration fusion plant is 2040 - although it is far from certain that the technology will be developed by then.

Still no post-Kyoto plan as climate talks end

The Nairobi climate talks closed with an agreement that greenhouse emissions had to be halved in the coming years, but no concrete timetable for action. Ministers and negotiators from 92 countries failed to decide what will happen when the Kyoto protocol runs out in 2012, or to set a timetable for negotiating target cuts for that period.

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