500 tickets for Grand Designs Live up for grabs with myenergi

myenergi is giving away 500 tickets for this year’s Grand Designs Live show (ExCeL London, 30 April – 8 May). Launched to celebrate the company’s sponsorship of the Green Living Live zone, it’s a must-win prize for anyone embarking on a home build, renovation, or improvement project.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply ‘like’ myenergi on Facebook or Instagram and comment on the prize post, tagging the person you’d most like to take with you. 250 lucky fans will take away a pair of tickets, granting full entry to the exhibition and all breakout events. For those who aren’t lucky enough to win, myenergi will also unveil an exclusive ‘two for one’ purchase code via social media ahead of the show.

A celebration of sustainable building products, planet-friendly construction materials, renewable energy generation technologies, innovative furnishings and EV charging equipment, the Green Living Live zone at Grand Designs Live will showcase some of the world’s most progressive brands. There’s also a live theatre stage and advice hub devoted to issues surrounding sustainability, as well as expert panel discussions and free project advice.

Alongside sponsoring the zone, myenergi will also be exhibiting on stand Q6A of the main exhibition. The ‘green team’ will showcase the company’s latest range of eco-smart home energy technologies, including its zappi electric vehicle charger, eddi power diverter and harvi energy harvesting sensor. What’s more, Kevin McCloud, host of Channel 4’s Grand Designs, is set to make a meet and greet appearance.

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO of myenergi, comments: “As smart home technology becomes ever-more commonplace across the UK, self-builders, renovators, and property improvers are looking towards the latest innovations to make their projects both energy efficient and future proof. As a true pioneer of planet-friendly technologies, we were keen to showcase our latest products at Grand Designs Live and sponsor the Green Living Live zone.

“As well as meeting visitors, our team will be on hand to discuss the value of renewable energy self-generation solutions (such as solar PV and domestic wind turbines), the most effective options and how our products can work alongside these technologies to provide complete zero-emissions energy independence.”

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