+ADD specialise in solving challenges, supporting transformation and creating new value for customers. The team offer innovation partnering with large complex organisations and Tier 1 suppliers. We work closely with our clients and empower supply chains and enterprise communities to better define needs, co-create solutions and develop innovation capacity using proven results focussed methods. We move quickly to help you overcome barriers to fresh thinking, opportunity realisation and change.
For more information, please visit: www.addstrategy.co.uk
Heat Trust is all about protecting heat network customers. Low carbon heat networks are changing the way we heat our homes. They are set to play a key role in meeting carbon reduction targets and helping to create a sustainable energy future. The government is investing heavily in these networks and the number of UK households using them is expected to grow rapidly over the next few years. The heat network sector is diverse, with thousands of individual heat network providers, of all shapes and sizes, but the market is currently unregulated. Heat Trust launched in November 2015 as an independent, non-profit consumer champion for heat networks that holds the industry to account for the benefit of everyone involved.
For more information, please visit: www.heattrust.org
National Energy Action (NEA) is the national charity seeking to end fuel poverty.
We work across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and with our sister charity Energy Action Scotland, to ensure that everyone can afford to live in a warm, dry home. In partnership with central and local government, fuel utilities, housing providers, consumer groups and voluntary organisations, we undertake a range of activities to address the causes and treat the symptoms of fuel poverty.
For more information, please visit: www.nea.org.uk
Rural England is a Community Interest Company, which is managed by its team of Directors and whose work programme and outputs are shaped by a Stakeholder Group. This structure is designed to ensure that it operates independently of any-one interested party. Having a robust, up-to-date and trusted evidence base about rural areas and services matters. It is a basis for assessing the right policy responses to rural challenges and opportunities. It enables informed debate about the best way to deliver services and initiatives to rural communities and businesses. In a fast changing world, it is a means for identifying rural trends and upcoming issues. Whether it is the move to online services, the impact of an ageing population, reformed and financially leaner public services, or joint working across public-private-community sectors to deliver services, there is a very real need to understand the rural implications. Rural England exists to bring together rural networks and stakeholders, to improve the rural evidence base, and to help disseminate and debate the findings. It does this in response to a widely perceived deterioration in the rural evidence base, which should not be allowed to happen unchecked.
For more information, please visit: www.ruralengland.org
Utility Week was launched in 1994 in response to the growing regulatory and market complexity following utility privatisation. For more than 20 years, Utility Week has been the UK utility sector’s unrivalled thought leader and source of news and comment on the business of Britain’s electricity, gas and water companies. Utility Week provides authoritative analysis, impartial industry intelligence and insight. It has the trust and respect of utility chiefs, regulators and government.
For more information, please visit: www.utilityweek.co.uk
Network uses 100% recyclable displays at events.
These display solutions are sustainable with no waste going to landfill. You are able to promote your sustainable policies and save money compared to traditional metal and plastic displays.
These 100% recyclable printed cardboard displays are ideally suited to both event organisers and exhibitors. The displays are great value, offer eye-catching creative shapes, can be self-installed, re-used and then at the end of their useful lives be disposed of via a cardboard recycling service. Sustainable exhibiting, what’s not to like?