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Activity at the inaugural Smart Energy exhibition and conference being held in London in early December is ramping up, with the publication of the conference programme – designed with decentralised energy users and potential beneficiaries of the upcoming FiTs and heat incentive in mind.

Organised by the Renewable Energy Association (REA), the conference runs alongside the exhibition staged by Media Generation Ventures (a member of the Media Generation Group, organiser of All-Energy) that showcases an array of decentralised energy technologies and services.

These are aimed at the ever-increasing number of new-style energy producers including local, regional or central government; retailers, schools, hospitals, or owners of public buildings or stately homes; hotels, leisure centres, or sports facilities; owners of warehouses, factories and offices; port authorities; communities or housing associations; or even individual home
owners; as well as by electrical engineering contractors/consultants and architects.

Held on 1 and 2 December 2009, the Smart Energy conference at Wembley Stadium in London focuses on Smart Energy and Business on day one and on Smart Energy and Communities on the second day. Each day is split into plenary sessions and break-out sessions to ensure maximum value for those attending. Both days include sessions designed to inform the audience about the different technology options available, their features and their practical application as well as the all-important overview of how each of these technologies will benefit under the new Government incentives.

"If you are concerned with energy efficiency, the mounting cost of your energy bill or the impact of your carbon footprint, then the Smart Energy conference is for you," says Sarah-Jane Freni, events Manager, REA. "It's very much a one-stop shop providing you with all the information you need from which technology is best suited for your requirements, to practical examples of how other people did it, not forgetting valuable information on how the FiTs and heat incentive could
benefit you and your business or community."

Delegates can not only glean the latest information from the conference but start implementing it with the help of the exhibiting companies there which include wind, biomass, solar PV, air conditioning, grid connection companies, project management consultants, and specialist advisors.

Smart Energy is endorsed by DECC and supported by Beama, the Carbon Trust, EEEGR, Energy Networks Association, Energy Saving Trust, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Partnerships for Renewables, Renewables East and Regen SW.

For further details visit http://www.smartenergy.co.uk.

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