Rushlight Show 2020 - the leading event for cleantech companies
Taking place on 30 January at Church House Westminster, Deans Yard, Westminster, London, SW1P 3NZ.
The Rushlight Show¬†brings together cleantech developers and sustainable solution providers, with investors, financiers and businesses looking to source suppliers and partners for an improved level of sustainability in their supply chain and operations.
This is the 11th Rushlight Show making this a firm fixture in the cleantech calendar. ¬†This year, the Rushlight Awards judging panel will feature Chris Bagley, Head of Infrastructure at KTN and Jenni McDonnell, Knowledge Transfer Manager for Thermal Energy Systems at KTN.
The event is sponsored by Innovate UK, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS),¬†Flanders Investment & Trade, Carbon Limiting Technologies, Granted Consultancy, Venner Shipley and London South Bank University.
This year’s highlights are:
The¬†Innovation Showcase of the¬†Cleantech Conference,¬†with 40 companies presenting their latest cleantech and sustainability innovations to an audience of investors, corporate venturers and potential partners.
The¬†Sustainable Solutions Market Panel, where organisations present their market-ready products and services directly to a panel and audience of leading sustainability and procurement representatives from UK organisations who are seeking to further their supply chain sustainability and resilience.
The¬†Innovate UK and BEIS Showcases in the¬†Exhibition,¬†together with the poster exhibition, amounting to over 100 of the latest innovations in cleantech and sustainability.
UK Energy breakfast seminar, which will set out:¬† What Net Zero by 2050 means for UK Energy & Fuels.¬† This is a must attend event for anyone with an interest in UK power generation, the energy market, transport systems and fuels.
The¬†Resourceful Conference, in association with LCRN and the Circular Economy Club, which is the market place for the development of the circular economy, with a major opportunity for solutions providers and intermediaries to present to investors, local authorities, government and corporates eager to engage in this space.
Networking opportunities throughout the day.
The total audience for the whole event is expected to exceed 500 and will include cleantech senior management, investors, advisers, corporate customers, sustainability professionals, local authorities, community reuse businesses, trade associations, media and other consultants specialising in the various sectors.
If you are interested in presenting¬†in the Innovation Showcase, to the Sustainable Solutions Market Panel or to the Resourceful Conference panel of investors, circular economy customers and local authorities simply register as a delegate and then apply for one of the remaining slots.
Full event details and ticket costs with a link to register are available here.