Technology moves at a daunting pace these days. As with many sectors, the energy industry is changing all the time, leaving many business owners feeling out of the loop.

There’s no need to feel overwhelmed as getting the best energy advice and technology for your business isn’t as difficult as it may sound. Most industry experts are ready and willing to help you find the best solutions for your business and to guide you through the latest developments.

Help and advice

This September the NEC, Birmingham will play host to the 2012 Energy Event, a two-day conference and exhibition devoted to providing all of the information and resources you need to become energy compliant and efficient, all under one roof.

Thousands of professionals from a range of different sectors around the UK will be attending the event on September 11 and 12 to talk with leading experts in the field and to get valuable advice on the latest developments and technologies that could benefit their business.

It’s a great opportunity to get advice on reducing costs, creating and implementing sustainable energy efficiency plans and ensuring that your business is complying with legislation.

Expert talks

Along with experts from across the energy industry there will also be a series of talks from leading guest speakers including particle physicist and BBC presenter Professor Brian Cox and journalist, broadcaster and political aide Alastair Campbell.

Visit British Gas at the 2012 Energy Event

A team from British Gas Business will be among the wealth of expert exhibitors at the event. We will be offering guidance and advice on how to create an energy-efficient business and how to harness the potential of emerging technologies.

You can find us at stand D10, so feel free to drop by for a chat, a croissant or a glass of champagne. You can also enter our prize draw to win a Vauxhall Ampera for a week.

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