An Expo for Future Resource

Running alongside RWM, Future Resource is the leading water & energy management event for sustainability in the UK. It took place the 12th and 13th September 2018 at NEC Birmingham

  • An Expo for Future Resource
    An Expo for Future Resource

It’s not just the UK who have their eyes set to the future of their resources, but the entire world. As fossil fuels begin to see their decline and more countries look towards sources such as nuclear power, the question remains as to what is the most efficient form of renewable energy we can produce actually is, and who will provide it? In order to explore these possibilities, PRYSM Group saw the opportunity to expand their environmental portfolio to include this clearly growing and essential market.

Growing need for sustainable energy

Upgrading from the Supply and Demand Zone at RWM, Future Resource will be a focussed area filled with service and product suppliers all focussing on the growing need for alternative, sustainable energy across areas such as water, solar, biofuel and energy efficiency. 

Exhibitors list

The list of exhibitors included globally recognised brands such as Veolia, Vyncke and Northern Gas & Power. Other exhibitors like Carbon Smart wew also present, offering businesses a unique way in order to lessen their impact on the environment whilst also contributing to the growth of British forestland. These unique opportunities are what made Future Resource an essential date for growing companies who are conscious of their energy output. 

Future Resource Expo

Alongside the amazing exhibitors, Future Resource Expo had three seminar theatres that played host seminars lead by the industries most pioneering minds. For companies who do wish to explore further renewable energy sources, Helen Troupe from Carbon Smart led a seminar discussing pitfalls to avoid and important things to consider when venturing towards localised sustainable energy. 

Graduated in political sciences and international relations in Paris, Anis joined the team in early 2019. Editor for IEN Europe and the new digital magazine AI IEN, he is a new tech enthusiast. Also passionate about sports, music, cultures and languages. 

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