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The NEC, Birmingham, UK
13 – 15 October 2015

SEUK: Accelerating solar deployment through quality content and first-class networking opportunities

Now in its 6th year, Solar Energy UK has established itself as the no.1 UK event for all professionals within the solar industry, attracting over 200 exhibitors and 3,402 unique visitors in 2014 (4,610 total unique attendees), from over 60 countries.

SEUK aims to accelerate solar deployment and we're pleased to announce only 20% of floor space is available for 2015. The Solar Power Portal Awards are also back for the 3rd year running, get the recognition you deserve for all your hard work over the last year and submit a nomination now - deadline 29th June!

Key content themes for 2015:

O&M Energy buyers International markets Electric Vehicles
Storage Business & Finance Renewable Heating  

Across 4 forward-thinking theatres:

  • Installer Central
  • energy+
  • Large Scale Solar Theatre
  • Solar Business Theatre

Who should attend?

  • Installers
  • Roofers
  • Electricians
  • Plumbers
  • Architects
  • Builders
  • Engineers
  • Facility/energy managers
  • EPCs
  • Developers
  • Farmers & landowners
  • Housing associations
  • Local authorities
  • Schools and educational trusts
  • Hospitals and health trusts
  • Investors & financial institutions
  • Manufacturers and distributors

Why visit?

  • Receive industry support and guidance on policy changes, planning and future project development
  • Participate in practical demonstrations on integrating the latest product and technology for solar PV, Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), energy management and storage
  • Learn new strategies for selling, marketing, up-scaling your business and diversifying your product range
  • Increase your market awareness with clients on topics such as financing, community energy and of course, rooftop solar through our extensive seminar programme
  • Network with leading industry professionals and source direct leads for partnerships and business opportunities
SEUK 2014 Post Show Report
PV-Tech Storage