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Flashback to H&V07 — this year’s show will offer more opportunities than ever to find out more about technologies to reduce carbon emissions.
A plethora of building-services technologies will play a crucial role in cutting carbon emissions in the UK, and these products will be highlighted at H&V09 at the National Exhibition Centre from 24 to 26 February. Indeed the UK will only meet its carbon targets by utilising the full range of solutions and adopting the most appropriate technology for each project. This makes the role of consultants and contractors absolutely crucial. However, despite a number of low-energy H&V solutions on the market, H&V09 is keen to find one carbon champion — the technology that has the best potential to cut carbon. The show’s organisers have partnered with Modern Building Services to promote a low-carbon-technology campaign. Over the last six months the H&V industry has nominated a long list of low-carbon H&V technologies which has now been narrowed down to 10 products. Readers are invited to vote for their favourite low-carbon technology by clicking here. The winning low carbon product will be announced at H&V09 on Wednesday 25 February at 3 pm, in the seminar theatre, to herald the start of the ‘big debate’ on renewables.

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