With only a few short weeks until the All-Energy Exhibition & Conference 2012, we’re getting really excited about new concepts, developments and ideas around energy usage and today we’re writing about the event and ways for you to get more energy conscious.
The All-Energy Exhibition & Conference 2012 is a great event that showcases an array of different technologies that connect to energy usage. Using energy such as gas and electricity are an everyday occurrence but how do you use these valuable resources wisely and do you know where your supplies comes from? Let’s take a look at what it is about and ways we can be more energy conscious.
The All-Energy Exhibition & Conference 2012
The All-Energy Exhibition & Conference 2012 website says:
“Showcasing the complete renewable and sustainable technologies and with a world-class multi-stream conference alongside, All-Energy is your best opportunity for viewing the latest cutting edge solutions, sourcing new partners and suppliers, participating in unparalleled networking and keeping up-to-date with this rapidly evolving and increasingly important sector.”- The All-Energy Exhibition & Conference 2012 website
The speakers at the conference are held in high regard in the sustainable energy sector and are industry specialists as well as experts in their fields relating to energy.Alex Samond the First Minister of Scotland, Charles Hendry Mp and Minister of State Energy for DECC and Dr Graham Cooley the CEO of ITM Power will be just a few amongst many well known specialists talking about the way we use energy and new advances in the sector.
You can register to visit the exhibition as well as checking out the site for the exhibitor list that will feature companies such as the British Hydropower Association, Carbon Trust and Chillwind to name a few.
Being more energy conscious
There are many different ways to be more energy conscious and not only save on your energy expenditure for the sake of the environment and make our resources of this sector go further but also help you to save money in the process:
- Solar panels: These simple yet effective devices are attached to a roof or in the exposed sunshine near a home or office to supply free energy to them.
- Programmable thermostat: If you have already considered cheap energy then investing in a programmable thermostat will be your next port of call as these handy devices manage themselves after you input your preferences so no energy goes to waste.
- Energy saving light-bulbs: despite sometimes being a little more expensive, these light-bulbs will give you more bang for your buck in the long run as they use less electricity to give you light meaning every time you flip a switch you’re saving money and energy.
- Eco appliances: Investing in ’smart technology’ in your home such as devices that go into ’sleep mode’ when not in use for a certain amount of time is a hands free way of saving energy in your home. We often forget to switch things off and if they switch themselves off, they’re helping out by being eco-friendly through energy efficiencies.
If you are attending the All-Energy Exhibition & Conference 2012 then tell us what exhibition you’re going to see or comment and tell us about the speakers when you do go. If you have any tips on saving money through smart energy usage then why not share them with us!
Published in: Home Improvement