ECA’s 2015 Electric Event is open to all

The exhibition day on Friday 3rd July is an ideal opportunity for electrical contractors, specifiers, engineers, consultants, designers, fire and security specialist, information, communications and control technologies specialists and custom installers to learn about the latest technology and cutting edge innovations from leading industry manufacturers and suppliers. 

Throughout the day there will also be a programme of free CPD seminars covering four key industry topics of – 
·         Fire, security, emergency lighting and data and controls
·         Lighting and lighting controls
·         Power distribution, controls and automation
·         Energy solutions, renewables and microgeneration

On Saturday 4th July the ECA will host its annual business conference which this year is entitled ‘Delivering Value Through Innovation’. BBC journalist Declan Curry will chair two sessions with expert speakers and panellists from the building services sector and wider construction industry.

The morning session will debate what the future holds for a range of smart technologies that offer an exciting range of functions and operational savings for clients and customers. The afternoon session will consider how the supply chain needs to change so that clients can access the added value offered by building services specialists.

ECA and FSA awards winners will be announced during the gala dinner which rounds off the event and will be hosted by comedian Ed Byrne.

Helen Atkinson, ECA director of member services, said, ‘The Electric Event is a superb arena for those who work in the electrical engineering and building services sector to come together to learn, connect and network. Delegates will benefit from finding out about the latest technologies and legislative changes which in turn provides an opportunity for fresh thinking to drive up profitability.’

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