InstallerSHOW, taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 27-29 June 2023, will feature more EV innovations than ever before.
Electric vehicles and home heating are two of the key government focuses when it comes to Net Zero.
In tandem with targets to install 600,000 heat pumps a year by 2028, the government has also announced that it will end the sale of new petrol and diesel petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030, and all new cars and vans to be fully zero emission at the tailpipe by 2035.
This is creating a huge opportunity for installers, and specifiers of air, water, heat and energy technology, to work together and deliver these connected solutions.
As smart technology and connected home advances, EVs can integrate with products like solar panels, battery storage, water storage, heat pump systems, and other smart technology. Adding a time-of-use electricity tariff to these buildings can optimise production and energy use, saving customers money, reducing carbon, and helping to balance the electricity grid.
InstallerSHOW will feature the biggest brands in Electric Vehicles, plus a dedicated feature for visitors to get hands-on with EVs and EVs chargers, find out more about how to connect EVs with heating systems and solar, and discover more about the funding and training options available.
Those already signed up to exhibit include: Craig & Derricott, evec, Evios, EV Tower, Ford, Indra, myenergi, Powerhubb, Ratio EV, Rolec, and Versinetic.
Mike Costain, Managing Director at Lyrical Communications, said:
“It’s an exciting time for the industry with more innovations and solutions coming to the market to change our housing stock. It’s no longer a case of just working on heating or just with electrics, these systems are now linking together to provide smart and efficient homes. InstallerSHOW is expanding its offering to accommodate a wider range of exhibitors, and we look forward to helping visitors get to grips with everything they need to know about EVs.”
See all of the exhibitors at the next show on our Exhibitor Page.
This article was originally posted on InstallerONLINE.co.uk