EMEX set for biggest year yet in 2017

Published:  04 October, 2017

EMEX, Lord Rupert Redesdale
Redesdale: Energy is a growing cost to business

The Energy Management Exhibition (EMEX) is now in its third year and looks set for its biggest event yet. With 100 speakers lined up for 80 seminar sessions, the event has grown rapidly in a short time.

EMEX 2017 takes place at Excel London on 22nd and 23rd November. This year the show will have four seminar theatres: Knowledge, skills and experience; Water and energy strategy; Facilities, technology and innovation; and Renewables supply and storage. The event is free to attend and is closely linked with the Energy Managers Association whose founder is Lord Rupert Redesdale.

In his latest blog for MBS, Lord Redesdale writes: “Energy is a cost to most organisations that has grown as a proportion of overall expenditure in recent years. All energy consuming organisations need to manage energy consumption if they are to avoid the impact of price increases on the products or services they provide.”

MBS will be at EMEX 2017. Meet us on Stand G32



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