March Newsletter #1 - Innovation, Innovation, Innovation

Innovation, Innovation, Innovation

Want to be ahead of the curve with the latest cutting-edge eco technology? See the sector's newest innovations at our New for 2015 Innovation Zone.

Twenty companies launching never-before-seen low carbon solutions will be exhibiting in the Innovation Zone at The Eco Technology Show 2015. The aim of these talks is to offer our visiting professionals, as well as the general public, an insight into some of the latest ideas and how they can provide ongoing benefits as both business and personal solutions.

Confirmed exhibitors at our Innovation Zone include:
  • Hales Water Turbines - Clean energy technology created from turbines
  • Bio-bean - Award-winning green energy company that turns waste coffee grounds into biofuel
  • Planet Feed - Providing a highly sustainable food waste treatment service 
  • Q-bot - Using robotic tools to install insulation in hard to reach places
  • The Solar Cloth Company - Lightweight and flexible solar panels
  • EHTech - Launching the 'OBox', which recycles hot waste water into a building's water heater
  • ReCharge Cargo: Brighton's new cargo bike courier service
Eco Technology Show Director Nicola Gunstone says: 

“We see this as an important investment as some of the greatest ideas come from start-up businesses, which sometimes require support to get them off the ground. Plus it means Show visitors will get to see the very latest ideas and concepts that otherwise they might miss out on, so it’s a win-win situation!”
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All the best,

Team ETS
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