The Encluster stand, shared
with environmental consultant Posford
Haskoning and energy management consultant PowerQuest,
will be prominently located alongside the Environment Agency stand and
a few feet from the exhibition entrance.
Encluster will showcase Peterborough’s
environmental expertise with a display of literature from more than a
dozen key companies and a web-based presentation of the services it
offers to support the growth of turnover, innovation and skills.
PowerQuest is using the show to promote its capabilities in the field
of energy management and efficiency.
A pre-show direct mail campaign is
inviting companies to visit the Encluster stand and to consider the
merits of Peterborough as an ideal location for environment
businesses. For the second year the ET show coincides with the ‘Climate
Change – Our Business’ conference, which will highlight policy,
management, technology and funding on climate change solutions.
For the first time a newly co-located
show, International Clean Up, will focus on technologies to deal with
contaminated land, land remediation and pollution clean up.
“This exhibition promises to offer
considerable opportunities to promote Peterborough’s reputation as a
centre for environmental technology,” said Encluster’s cluster
development adviser Florence Kosmala.
“With better environmental
performance being encouraged and required through incentives,
legislation and technology breakthroughs, Encluster is helping to
identify the substantial sales opportunities that are available for
Peterborough companies that can offer cost-effective solutions. We
also want to persuade more companies in the environmental sector to
consider expanding to Peterborough.”
Encluster’s presence at et2003
follows the success of its participation in Pollutec, the leading
European show for environmental technologies, which attracted more
than 60,000 visitors and 2,000 exhibitors to Lyon, France, in
November. Financial support for Encluster to attend both Pollutec and
et2003 has been provided by English Partnerships, the UK government's
national regeneration agency.