Lyrical Communications, parent company of Installer Online, elemental and InstallerSHOW, is partnering with BEAMA, the association for the electro-technical industry, to provide enhanced coverage of developments in smart technology and electrical infrastructure.
The partnership, now in its third year, will see the two organisations collaborating on news and webinars, along with content for the show at the NEC, Birmingham on 25-27 June 2024, in recognition of the fact that decarbonisation and retrofit requires a holistic approach across heating, cooling and renewable energy infrastructure.
InstallerSHOW is expanding in 2024 to encompass a number of new areas to reflect this holistic approach including cooling, and Kitchens and Bathrooms, The three-day event at the NEC, Birmingham will also feature a packed content schedule of panel discussions, debates and seminars, hands-on product demos, and more, allowing visitors to hear the latest on everything from social housing retrofit, solar PV and district heating to sustainable bathrooms.
BEAMA Strategy Director Kelly Butler said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with elemental and Installer. Our shared ambition to educate and promote the very best practice in buildings, along with being part of the race towards Net Zero, gives both organisations an opportunity to fully collaborate across a number of media platforms.”
BEAMA members are involved in key areas of buildings technology, notably EV charging, electrical heating, controls and connected buildings and the Association has been active in working with the government on standards and strategy in these areas. In addition, BEAMA has helped drive policy and informed debate on Indoor Air Quality, along with its members in the ventilation sectors, via the My Health My Home website.
Andrew Gaved, elemental’s Editor at Large said: “We are excited to be forging an even closer relationship with BEAMA, as the Association and its members are at the heart of a number of developments that are crucial both to decarbonisation and to occupant wellbeing – whether that is heat pumps, EV charging and the electric infrastructure or ventilation, IAQ and the quest for healthier buildings. We look forward to helping them in their work on guiding and informing industry and its customers.”
Stand space to exhibit at InstallerSHOW 2024 is currently at a premium, with limited availability remaining. To find out more about exhibiting and to stay-up-to date with all the latest news, please visit: installershow.com