Plumb Center puts renewables in the spotlight at Ecobuild

At Ecobuild 2010, the Practical Installer section, in association with Plumb Center, will put the latest innovations in renewables under the spotlight.

Ecobuild, the country’s largest exhibition aimed at the sustainable building sector, takes place at Earls Court, London from March 2 – 4 2009.

There will be live and interactive sessions throughout the day, including the latest solar panels being installed on a demonstration roof and sessions on solar, heat pumps and water saving technologies offering installers and heating engineers the chance to see a number of installation scenarios.

In the solar section, Plumb Center in association with Ploughcroft, will be demonstrating how easy it is to install solar panels and Worcester Bosch, Kingspan, Baxi and Vaillant will showcase the latest thermal solar technology. In the heating section Baxi (biomass/micro CHP), Dimplex/CTC (heat pumps) and Uponor (underfloor heating) will work in partnership to show how the technologies work together to maximum effect.

And, in the water section Kingspan (water harvesting), Ecoplay (greywater recycling) together with water efficient products from Saracen, Mira, Grohe and Cistermiser will work collectively to demonstrate how households and businesses can limit their water consumption by combining technologies in the most effective way.

Confirmed Demonstrations are:

  • Solar Panel Installation – Ploughcroft / Plumb Center

  • Thermal Solar – Worcester Bosch / Kingspan / Baxi / Vaillant

  • Biomass / Micro CHP – Baxi

  • Heat Pumps – Dimplex / CTC

  • Underfloor Heating – Uponor

  • Water Harvesting – Kingspan

  • Greywater Recycling – Ecoplay

  • Water Efficiency – Saracen (Waterless Urinals) / Mira / Grohe / Cistermiser
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