he next PowerEx event has been announced for Thursday 8th December 2022, at the prestigious Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster Bridge, London.
This is a popular event aimed at four specific sectors:
* distributed energy
* data centres
* gensets & their componentry (engines and alternators etc.)
Dave Andrews, Chairman of the Claverton Energy Institute comments: “Emissions is going to be the ‘next big thing’ for industry to resolve. According to the independent Committee for Climate Change, last year we had reduced our emissions by 42% - more than halfway to that 80% goal. This is why shows like PowerEx are so important to discuss these critical changes.”
The 2022 PowerEx event will feature 18 speakers - four have already booked - split between two separate Conference strands focussing on Conference themes.
Mr Andrews explains: “The PowerEx conferences will run in parallel with prime exhibitor space available in adjoining rooms.”
The UK has led the world in the transformation of the energy sector over the last 40 years and the PowerEx event certainly reflects this. “The Climate Change Act has a
baseline of 1990, and a target date of 2050 to have reduced our emissions by 80%. We are approaching halfway through that timeline,” Mr Andrews explains.
Most importantly, attending power professionals will have the chance to network with experts in all fields of CHP, Data Centres & Renewable Energy.
Aidan Turnbull, Managing editor of PMIG's publishing operations and editor of UK POWER NEWS commented:
"The World Economic Forum’s Energy Transition Index, which ranks 115 economies on how well they balance energy security and access with environmental sustainability and affordability, shows that the biggest challenge facing energy transition is the lack of readiness among the world’s largest emitters, including US, China, India and Russia. The first energy problem of the world is the problem of energy poverty – those that do not have sufficient access to modern energy sources suffer poor living conditions as a result. The second energy problem: those that have access to energy produce greenhouse gas emissions that are too high. These - and other issues - will certainly be discussed at the conferences, along with the nuts-and-bolts of basic generators design, operation and function."
Neb Saric, Publisher/Sales Director for PMIG, commented:
“Networking and connectivity are very important concepts for our PowerEx Show. Business is conducted between the exhibitors and their customers, while attendees at the two Conference strands get the latest technical insights into specific energy sectors involving gensets, data centres and CHP."
Exhibition space at PowerEx is limited so the organisers are allocating areas on a first-come-first served basis. Early bookings are recommended to avoid disappointment.
Some recent confirmatory bookings for the December event include Bergen Engines, Fozmula, the MHM Group, BGG UK and Pillar, among others.
Come along as a visitor/Delegate or Exhibitor!