13.9.2011 What to expect at Low Carbon Expo 2011
Low Carbon Expo 2011, the first low carbon exhibition ever to be held in Wales, takes place at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on 16-17 September.
Bringing together businesses and consumers under one roof, over 2,000 visitors are expected to benefit from free guidance as well as exclusive discounts, coupons and prizes offered from over 100 companies expected to be exhibiting.
Next Green Car is an official transport related media partner for the event – the show's eco-transport pavilion is expected to be a popular corner. Among others, Toyota and Nissan will be showcasing their latest high performance hybrid electric vehicles.
The Energy Saving Trust's specialist advisors will provide visitors to Low Carbon Expo with useful tips on ways to reduce fuel consumption and advice on sustainable methods of transport. There will also be a smarter driving simulator at the organisation's stand to help people understand how they can get the most of each mile they travel.
The general public will also have the opportunity to compare different renewable energy technologies, learn more about how to save money on heating or travel, evaluate the benefits of eco-vehicles and make significant savings on new energy options.
Good Energy will be offering visitors £50 off their first energy bill if they sign up to supply of the company's electricity. All the electricity produced to UK customers by Good Energy is derived from renewable energy sources.
Wales' West Coast Group, which includes solar power and renewable heat experts The Low Carbon Energy Company, will also be attending the event. They will let visitors know on the spot if their home, premises or land is suitable for a renewable energy project by conducting an initial online survey.
Handmade cosmetics company Lush will be highlighting its environmental and ethical credentials at the event. Creating products including soaps, body lotions and hair treatments, Lush will offer visitors to their stand the chance to enter a competition to win merchandise.
For more information, please visit the Low Carbon Expo website.
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