Rushlight Show to showcase latest innovation in cleantech



The Rushlight Show, which focuses on innovative clean technology, is set to take place on Thursday 29 January at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, London.

The Rushlight Show, now in its sixth year, is designed to showcase clean technologies, innovations and initiatives from across the UK and Ireland. The event provides opportunities for anyone interested in the sector, from cleantach companies to potential investors, and is sponsored by the Isle of Man Department of Economic Development and the Department for Energy and Climate Change.

The event will incorporate an exhibition of innovative clean technology solutions, a funding cleantech conference, which will cover all aspects of funding both companies and projects, a resource management conference, and an Isle of Man offshore renewables & eco island opportunities breakfast.

Additionally, there will be a sustainable solutions market panel, where companies can present their products and services directly to a panel of leading sustainability and procurement representatives.

Companies involved in the event have a chance to showcase and display their technologies, allowing them to meet potential investors and customers.

From an investor perspective the Rushlight Show gives them an opportunity to meet leading clean technology companies, find the latest opportunities in the sector and develop business relationships with other professionals.

A wide range of companies, organisations and investors have already been confirmed as delegates, including representatives from the Carbon Trust, Dong Energy, the Department of Energy and Climate Change, the Green Investment Bank, and Eversheds.

An awards party for the Rushlight Awards, which organisations previously had an opportunity to enter, will also follow the show.

To register for the event click here

Photo: Colin Brough via Freeimages 

Further reading:

Rushlight Awards open for entries

France to introduce carbon tax to fund green technologies

Bringing clean technology home: community led cleantech

‘Energetically sustainable’ wind power can provide surplus clean electricity

Clean technology investment ‘reenergised’ after Obama climate speech


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