Malta’s Green Energy Management & B2B Networking Forum 2016: Future materials and processes
Malta’s Green Energy Management (MGEM) & B2B Networking Forum 2016 has launched an industry-wide call for research that highlights the latest Maltese and EU built environment innovations, to showcase at this year’s exhibition. In partnership with the Altern Ltd – a Maltese-wide platform to develop and exchange knowledge and evidence to inform policy and practice, funded by EU schemes – MGEM’s organisers will showcase the latest innovative ideas and initiatives from both academic and commercial research and development teams during November’s event. Submissions could include future materials and processes in early development stages, the improvement and innovation of more sustainable solutions for the construction industry, energy saving lighting technology, or insight into the application of materials used in other sectors for the future of the built environment.
The call for entries will close midday on 14th November, and a judging panel will shortlist the research. The chosen submissions will form part of MGEM’s Future Materials show floor feature.
Companies with products for environmental comfort, residential, commercial, industrial and hospital sector on the whole market are welcome to exhibit at a specially reduced package offer tailor-made to meet any exhibitor’s budget. Companies who propose the best solution of energy saving and energy improvement using products and brands of high quality in the field of climate comfort, air treatment, heating and cooling by heat pump, solar panel (combo solutions for DHW & heating), Photovoltaic, antipollution nanotechnology-paint and apertures-windows in energy class “A” should all do their utmost to participate in this unique event. Martin Vella, Managing Director of MBR Publications Limited, exclusive organiser of this show, said, “Alternative energy today is seen as a very important source for Maltese consumers, traders and suppliers, who are going through a period of very fast development and sees the use of advanced technologies aimed at energy saving and energy improvement as paramount to their energy cost saving performances. We are therefore able to offer a platform for discussion, exhibiting goods, providing speaker and supplier/vendor expertise to deliver a high standard of sustainable environmental comfort which is available to all people. This event is aimed for residential, commercial, industrial, hotels, hospitals and other companies who wish to cut their energy bills significantly.”