The Slate at Warwick University Campus
28-29 November 2017

How to become a supporting association

We are always happy to form contra-based partnerships with relevant industry associations, enabling their members to claim significant savings on our registration fees.

Are you part of an association that could benefit by partnering with us? If so, get in touch today and find out how we can pass on this discount to your membership.

For more information on becoming a supporting association, please email [email protected]

How to become a media partner

Our media partners gain exposure to thousands of carefully targeted recipients. We can tailor contra deals to your needs. Options available to our media partners frequently include:

  • Promotion on the event website
  • Promotion in the event agenda
  • Promotion in HTML marketing emails
  • The opportunity to distribute your literature at the event
  • Free press pass/passes to attend the event
  • Insertion of your materials in the event documentation

For more information on becoming a media partner, please email [email protected]

Our partners

Organiser and Official Media Partner

Internet of Business

Internet of Business is a publication focusing specifically on how the Internet of Things age is upon us, and how it is already making businesses of all sizes more efficient, productive and profitable. There is little doubt IoT is already here and changing the way we work; doctors are using wearables to diagnose patients, retailers have beacons to personalise the in-store shopping experience, while manufacturers have sensors in equipment to predict when it is about to break down. Insurers and banks track expensive goods across the world using geolocation and sensor technologies. IoB is your digital home for news and insight around IoT in business. They cover everything from the latest and greatest deployments and the numerous challenges around Big Data, privacy, security, to news from the supply chain world. You can expect to read breaking news, interviews with industry heavyweights and features on IoT and the numerous challenges to adoption.

Research Partner

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Beecham Research

Beecham Research is a leading market analyst and consulting firm that has specialized in the development of the rapidly-growing M2M/Internet of Things market worldwide for over a decade. Based in London, UK and Boston, US, they actively participate in initiatives aimed at achieving M2M market development and growth. They are increasingly analysing the impact of IoT in vertical markets. They have recently published research on the future of retail, on smart parking, on smart cities and on smart farming.
Visit www.beechamresearch.com for more information.

Official TV Partner

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TelecomTV

As the first ever provider of B2B video content for the global telecoms industry, TelecomTV provides news, analysis and insight to over 20,000 senior industry executives in 200 countries worldwide. As such it is the platform of choice for companies seeking to disseminate digital marketing content to their target customers. This strong and active community continues to expand on Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook and is the first industry source of market intelligence truly optimised for viewing on the desktop as well as on tablet and on mobile. Visit http://bit.ly/1NX0wL4 for more information.

Media Partners

Energy Storage Journal

Energy Storage Journal is the only English language,  international magazine that reports on the missing link in the renewables revolution that is quite likely going to transform the fortunes of the entire planet. Energy storage. Although the power generated by solar and wind sources is getting cheaper by the day — and in many places is less expensive than burning fossil fuels — it requires storage to become a truly useful force for good.

Energy Storage Journal tracks the main themes running across this entire sector — from the integration of renewables into the grid and related issues around this that such as peak levelling, frequency regulation or load shaving through to how distributed energy can be made useful in the commercial and industrial segment and the burgeoning use of storage for the residential markets.

If you’d like to receive a free subscription for the year ahead then send your details to jade, quoting FREESUB2017 – IOB to [email protected]

Supporting Associations

Carbon Trust

Carbon Trust

The Carbon Trust is an independent, expert partner of leading organisations around the world, helping them contribute to and benefit from a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficiency strategies and commercialising low carbon technologies.

EAFO

The European Alternative Fuels Observatory is a European Commission initiative to provide alternative fuels statistics and information (electricity, hydrogen, natural gas, LPG).

The short-term focus is on battery electric, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles while natural gas and other alternative fuels will also be covered in a second stage. The Observatory will help support the market development of alternative fuels in the EU and be a key tool for the implementation of Directive 2014/94/EU on the deployment of recharging and refueling stations.

The Observatory will integrate all relevant statistical data concerning vehicles and infrastructure, relevant legislation, support and incentives programmes, periodical analyses and general information like news and publications. The EAFO will also deal with L-category vehicles (LEVs), such as electric bicycles, scooters, motorcycles, quadricycles and other LEVs.

EASE

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) is the voice of the energy storage community, actively promoting the use of energy storage in Europe and worldwide. It supports the deployment of energy storage as an indispensable instrument within the framework of the European energy and climate policy to deliver services to, and improve the flexibility of, the European energy system. EASE seeks to build a European platform for sharing and disseminating energy storage-related information and supports the transition towards a sustainable, flexible and stable energy system in Europe.

EASE –European Association for Storage of Energy
Avenue Adolphe Lacomblé 59/8, BE–1030 Brussels
Tel: +32 (0)2.743.29.82
Twitter: @EASE_ES

EDSO for smart grids

EDSO for smart grids gathers leading European distribution system operators (DSOs) for electricity, cooperating to bring smart grids from vision to reality in Europe and is focused on guiding EU RD&D, policy and member state regulation to support this development.

EDSO is the key-interface between Europe’s DSOs and the European institutions, promoting the development and large-scale testing of smart grid models and technologies in real-life situations, new market designs and regulation.

Energy Networks Association

Energy Networks Association (ENA) represents the ‘wires and pipes’ transmission and distribution network operators for gas and electricity in the UK and Ireland. Our members control and maintain the critical national infrastructure that delivers these vital services into our homes and businesses.

ENA’s overriding goals are to promote the UK and Ireland energy networks ensuring our networks are the safest, most reliable, most efficient and sustainable in the world. We influence decision-makers on issues that are important to our members.

RenewableUK

Our aim is to ensure increasing amounts of renewable electricity are deployed sustainably across the UK, and to support our members win business in renewable markets in the UK and around the world.

RenewableUK is the UK’s leading renewable energy trade association, specialising in onshore wind, offshore wind, and wave & tidal energy. Formed in 1978, we have a large established corporate membership, ranging from small independent companies to large international corporations and manufacturers.

Our priority is to make sure that it is RenewableUK members at the heart of delivering this UK opportunity. To do this we provide them with the highest possible quality services and information, supporting them in any way we can to do more, and better business.

Warwick Manufacturing Group

WMG is a world leading research and education group and an academic department of the University of Warwick, established by Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya in 1980 in order to reinvigorate UK manufacturing through the application of cutting edge research and effective knowledge transfer.

WMG has pioneered an international model for working with industry, commerce and public sectors and holds a unique position between academia and industry. The Group’s strength is to provide companies with the opportunity to gain a competitive edge by understanding a company’s strategy and working in partnership with them to create, through multidisciplinary research, ground-breaking products, processes and services.

Every year WMG provides education and training to schoolchildren through to senior executives. There is a growing part-time undergraduate programme for apprentices, as well as full-time undergraduates. The postgraduate programmes have over 2,000 students, in the UK and through centres in China, India, Thailand, South Africa and Malaysia.