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Ecobuild 2010 was a huge success with more than 1,000 exhibitors, over 41,000 visitors, and dozens of new attractions, initiatives and special events. Here are just some of the highlights…..
Milliband launches Pay As You Save initiative
Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, Ed Milliband, chose the opening day of Ecobuild to launch the Government’s new Pay As You Save initiative. After the announcement, the Minister went on to meet some of Ecobuild’s 1,000 exhibitors.
First stage of Saint-Gobain’s solar decathlon completed at Ecobuild
The collaboration between Saint-Gobain and Nottingham University to design, build and operate Europe’s most attractive, effective and energy efficient zero carbon solar powered house came to fruition at Ecobuild with the debut of the Nottingham HOUSE (Home Optimising the Use of Solar Energy). The structure now moves on to Madrid for the final of the Solar Decathlon Europe competition.
2010 BREEAM awards winners announced
BRE Global announced the winners of the 2010 BREEAM awards at Ecobuild, each building representing exemplary sustainable design and construction.
Click here for all the winners and case studies
Hundreds of new products launched
Ecobuild was the launch platform for hundreds of new sustainable construction products.
‘Ecobuild was extremely good, with near continuous traffic to the stand. With a good mix of customers and the right media present it was a great vehicle to launch our new products.’ Richard Hartley, Monier Ltd
Click here to see more products launched at Ecobuild 2010
Award for best innovative sustainable construction product
Winner of the Green Shoots Best Innovative Sustainable Construction Product award, Thomas Lipinski of Green Structures, received a cheque for £5,000 from Green Shoots sponsor, Neil Morgan, Lead Technologist – Low Impact Buildings, Technology Strategy Board.
More next week.