edie Live 2018

edie Live 2018

The UK's destination event for
energy, sustainability and resource influencers

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edie Live returns in 2018

22-23 May 2018 | NEC, Birmingham

edie Live provides all the inspiration, information and introductions you need to navigate towards a smarter and more sustainable business.

From energy management technology to waste and resource efficiency solutions, from water retail to re-use, recovery and recycling, from onsite generation to energy storage and demand response, join us in May 2018 for edie Live - we have sustainable business covered.

Save the date: 22 - 23 May 2018

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Testimonials from edie Live 2017 exhibitors

“There are a high number of quality attendees at the event, including decision makers with relevant interests to the products being exhibited."
Business Development Manager, matt:e Ltd

“If you are looking to engage with the innovation and sustainability market place, then you need to be involved with edie Live."
Business Development Director, EV-Box UK & Ireland

“Perfect place for launching new products, getting new leads and contacts.”
Sales Manager, Bowers Electricals

“A really good way to increase exposure. It was a great way to get in front of the people we want to."
PDS Manager, Centre for Environment and Sustainability, University of Surrey

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Latest podcasts

  • 23-Nov-2017
    Up next in the green room: Unilever's group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage discusses the next wave of sustainability professionals, what skills they’ll need, and how they should embrace technology. Of course, Dunnage also offers an insight of what it is like to work with his chief executive Paul Polman.
  • 09-Nov-2017
    Gaming for good company Playmob discuss how it is raising awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals, while Ikea throws a house party celebrating 30 years of operating in the UK.
  • 06-Oct-2017
    Delegates from the British Retail Consortium, House of Fraser, John Lewis, the University of Leeds and WRAP discuss how sustainability is becoming a matter of responsibility for UK retailers.