Thank you to our 2019 sponsors and partners

Theatre sponsors

Sustainability Keynote Theatre co-sponsors

Cranfield University

Cranfield University is a global postgraduate University with an unrivalled reputation for creating leaders in technology and management.  With a long-standing capability in environmental sustainability reaching back over 40 years, our expertise is promoted through the strategic themes of water & design, energy & power; and environment & agrifood, and rooted in the cross-cutting needs of a transition to a low carbon economy.
The Can Makers

The Can Makers is the UK trade body representing companies that manufacture beverage cans. Members work together to promote the benefits of the beverage can and aid communication between the industry and its customers. Its members are the manufacturers Ardagh, Ball Beverage Packaging Europe and Crown Bevcan UK, and their raw materials suppliers Akzo Nobel, Sun Chemicals, Inx International UK Ltd, PPG Industries and Sherwin-Williams.

The Can Makers were the first organisation in Europe formed to promote drink cans. It’s part of a European network set up under the auspices of Metal Packaging Europe (MPE).

Energy Innovation Theatre co-sponsors

Flexitricity created and now operates the first, largest and most advanced demand-response portfolio in GB. We bring revenue to businesses, increase asset reliability, reduce national CO2 emissions and help to secure energy supplies.
JRP Solutions
JRP Solutions are energy specialists with vast practical experience of delivering energy savings across the whole asset base across all sectors. Services include: energy strategy/plan development, energy audits, identification of improvement projects, business case development, energy efficiency funding, project implementation, M&T, data analysis, energy awareness training, ESOS, EUETS, CRC & CCA management.
EDF Energy
Our shared expertise across industries helps organisations to implement a sustainable energy strategy that takes into account environmental, economic and social issues. We combine our experience in energy management and delivery capabilities to help you reduce your energy consumption, your CO2 emissions, and your energy bills.

Energy Efficiency Theatre co-sponsors

We are a leading independent provider of multi-utility infrastructure connections and meter asset management solutions.  We provide a fully integrated service from project managing the installation and connection of the utility infrastructure through to the procurement, installation and management of the meter asset, data collection and energy management solutions.
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UK Power Networks Services

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Inspired Energy

Inspired Energy

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Circular Economy Theatre co-sponsors

phs Group
Why phs?

phs Group is the leading hygiene services provider in the UK, Spain and Ireland.

Healthcare, Washroom, Floorcare Hygiene and Specialist are our business – and with over 90,000 customers over 300,000 locations, we meet the needs of up to 100 million people.

EV Showroom co-sponsors

NewMotion is the market leader in offering smart charging solutions for electric vehicles in Europe. The company also provides access to a network of more than 64,000 public charge points across 25 countries in Europe for more than 116,500 registered drivers’ charge cards.

Sustainability Games

Eco Action Games
eco action for business is eco action games's corporate offering of innovative, interactive, eduational games, online tournaments & staff engagement programmes designed just for you. We put the fun & games into your eco educational intiatives. Join us on stand P30 to see how we can enhance your staff engagement programes and pick up your free game while you're there.


energy institute

The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body bringing global energy expertise together.

We articulate the voice of energy experts, taking the know-how of around 20,000 members and 250 companies from 120 countries to the heart of the public debate.  @EnergyInstitute

UK Rainwater Association

The UK Rainwater Management Association represents businesses and academia that share a common interest in managing weather events in ways that ensure both future floods and droughts can be avoided.




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