The following exhibitors are exhibiting at the conference

For booking, or enquiries please contact carole@ticktockevents.co.uk or call 0115 9231514
NAPIT Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Established for over 20 years, NAPIT has grown to become a nationwide organisation working with trade installers from across different markets in the building services sector; electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation, building fabrics and renewables, including the Green Deal. NAPIT provide MCS Certification and training for installers working within the renewable and energy efficiency industries
  • Specifying NAPIT businesses means choosing reliability, quality workmanship, technical skill, and above all, choosing a name you can trust. But NAPIT goes further than simply putting you in touch with competent, registered contractors, we can provide additional assistance such as on and off-site technical support, regular updates to forthcoming regulatory changes within the industry and invaluable technical and best practice advice.
Comm Air Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Commission air has traded for over 20 years, providing aerial photography and video and thermal aerial and ground surveys across the country every month. As we survey hundreds of sites we can offer our services at great prices. Our photographs have many marketing applications and thanks to the superb quality can also be used for building condition surveys and site progress.
sig 360 Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • System Designers and suppliers of BBA and Green Deal approved SIG branded insulation systems for the retrofit market.
  • Products and services include:
    • Cavity Wall Insulation Systems
    • Solid Wall Insulation Systems
    • Full Technical Support and Training for approved installers
    • Products supplied locally by SIG Insulation
HomeCo graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Since 2008, Homeco Energy has been providing high quality renewable energy installations across the region. Covering both Domestic and Commercial Installations our client list includes the likes of Caddick Construction Ltd, A1 Housing Association, The Samaritans Charity and the Sheffield Renewables Organisation.
  • We provide a full turnkey service that includes:
    • Consultation
    • Design
    • Installation and Maintenance
  • MCS approved, Homeco Energy carries all the required accreditations and insurance levels to carry out public and private sector work for your small solar PV generator through to large scale installations.
Nibe graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • NIBE Energy Systems Ltd
  • NIBE Energy Systems Limited is a subsidiary of NIBE Heating with its headquarters in Markaryd in Sweden. NIBE is one of Europe's leading manufacturers in the domestic heating sector.
  • We supply homes with products that provide domestic hot water and ensure a comfortable indoor climate. We offer high-tech solutions for heating, ventilation, cooling and heat recovery that reflects today's demand for sustainable construction.
tadea graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Formally registered as Tadea-UK Ltd we provide specialist project management and advice services. Established in 2002, our expertise includes:
    • Energy efficiency
    • Renewable technologies
    • Sustainable transport
  • In August 2013 we became the first employee-owned company in Teesside – transferring ownership to employees to ensure that our staff members form the heart of the organisation's decision-making processes
  • Managing and delivering projects across the whole of the UK, we work closely with individuals, communities, businesses and the public sector, helping them to reduce the amount of energy used at home, at work and whilst travelling
renenergy graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • RENERGY aims at contributing to economic growth through the development of a Green Economy at the local level that will encourage job creation contributing to the modernization and increased competitiveness at a European scale.
transition belper graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • The first social enterprise to be launched by Transition Belper, Amber & Derwent Valley Community Energy (ADVyCE), are working on the largest undeveloped Hydro opportunity on the River Derwent in the world heritage Derwent Valley Mills corridor. Following a model growing throughout the UK, the aim is to finance and run the Hydro Power plant under community ownership, as a co-operative, with a small financial return for investors and generating funds for community benefit projects.
Sheffield Climate Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Sheffield Climate Alliance is an alliance of organisations and individuals who are pressing for effective action to tackle climate change. We campaign for a massive shift in our economy away from damaging fossil fuel investments and embrace work to create warm homes, energy-efficient businesses, renewable energy and effective transport.
Sheffield Re-newables Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Sheffield Renewables is a community and a social enterprise that develops, owns and operates renewable energy schemes. We are run by and for local people. Our vision is to deliver a series of community owned power schemes, generating significant carbon savings and surplus revenues to support local environmental initiatives
Green Directions Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Green Directions is an inspiring, 'green', boutique venue for conferences, meetings, training events, away days, and hospitality. Based on a farm overlooking the Peak District, clients enjoy top quality facilities powered by green technologies and home-grown food. We are only 20 minutes by car from both Sheffield and the M1.
SHU Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • At Sheffield Hallam University we take our contribution to sustainability very seriously. The University has had a sustainability policy since 2000, and is notable in having achieved and maintained ISO certifications in both energy and environmental management.
  • Our Department of the Natural and Built Environment provides a home for academics and students who want to understand, design and shape our world. Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses bring together the disciplines of architecture; planning; building; real estate; geography and environment. Staff also work closely with industry and business in all these subjects, as well as with our associated University research centres. Many of our students undertake sandwich placements or study part-time while working in the relevant industry. Our university-wide Built Environment Energy and Consumption Research Group works in areas related to sustainable communities, the built environment, energy consumption and climate change, to bring together research expertise, and to disseminate that expertise to commercial, voluntary and public sector organisations.
Synseal Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Synseal is the largest UK-owned systems supplier of windows, doors, orangeries and conservatories manufactured from aluminium and PVC-U. Please visit the Synseal stand to discover the latest innovations in thermal efficiency, including a new “warm aluminium” folding sliding door designed to provide 365-day comfort in British climatic conditions.
Balfour Beatty Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK
  • Sustainability is the collective responsibility of our staff,supply chain, customers and stakeholders.Together, we put sustainability at the heart of project delivery - leaving a positive lasting legacy. Our strategy for a sustainable business, Blueprint, focuses on three pillars: Profitable Markets, Healthy Communities and Environmental Limits and the six goals of being client focused, local, efficient, innovative, responsible and growing.
Think Low Carbon Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • The Think Low Carbon Centre, part of Barnsley College, is a working example of sustainable construction and demonstrates the latest renewable energy equipment and energy efficient building methods. The project attracted a £2.75m investment from the European Regional Development Fund. This was through the Yorkshire and Humber ERDF Programme 2007-2013, with the remainder of the project funded by the College.
Freeths Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Your legal partnership
  • We build client relationships on the foundations of our key values
  • Focused on going the extra mile for our customers
  • Delivering practical results for a complex commercial world
Regreen Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • The RE-GREEN project aims at improving regional development policies oriented to the promotion of green regions within the new paradigm of the Green Economy, with a special focus on greening the building sector through the enhancement of energy efficiency and the use of renewable energies, stressing its importance as an incubator for new markets in the field of energy, technologies, services and business models.
  • The partnership, led by INTELI, is integrated by 10 partners from 10 European countries: Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Estonia, Romania, Slovenia, Poland, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
  • RE-GREEN is supported by INTERREG IVC, which is financed by the European Union's Regional Development Fund.
Kirk Natural Stone Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Kirk ThermalWall is a revolutionary insulation backed walling system suitable for installation onto a wide variety of building façade types, including both retro-fit and new build applications.
  • Kirk ThermalWall is designed to significantly increase building energy performance, and when used with natural stone facing panels, will also substantially improve building appearance and lifespan.
University Graphics
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • The University of Sheffield and Durham, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Grant ref. EP/I032541/1 are presenting their research exhibition, “Uncertain Power”. The exhibition is a result of a two year public-participatory research project that has explored different opportunities for local energy generation and conversion in Stocksbridge, north of Sheffield. It also showcases the work of associated energy projects in the UK, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
  • The exhibition questions the popular assumption that cost and efficiency are the only factors influencing the take-up and value of local energy technologies. Through real-world research, it shows that when energy technologies are embedded in places, and so in political, economic, and social contexts, the pathways to their adoption, and their perceived value becomes complex, and is equally to do with social framings as with either cost or efficiency
  • The centre piece of the exhibition is a 3.5 m long scale model of the steep sided, industrial Upper Don valley in which Stockbridge nestles. The model shows the potential for renewable energy in the area. 12 accompanying posters, co-authored by local residents,explore the ambitions for, and obstacles to, the utilisation of these resources and technologies. What we show are possibilities that have made sense in our research; those that are relevant and valuable to this place, at this time, to both academics and the participating group of residents. Both academics and residents involved in the project will be present to discuss the work and answer any questions
South Yorkshire Energy Centre Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • South Yorkshire Energy Centre is an education and visitor centre based at Heeley City Farm. The Centre is an ecorefurbished house which demonstrates a wide range of energy efficiency measures, renewable technologies and sustainable building methods.
  • Our aim is to help people keep warm, keep well and save money by offering:
    • Free, impartial advice and information on making homes energy efficient
    • Educational sessions and guided tours for groups, schools, colleges and universities.
    • Community outreach to groups and event.
Green Open Homes Graphic
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • Green Homes Sheffield is a new way of helping you to make your home more comfortable and more energy efficient. Our network brings together people who want to reduce their carbon footprint and their energy bills, with people who have already made the first moves, and trusted companies who helped them do it.

The following exhibitor packages are available

For booking, or enquiries please contact carole@ticktockevents.co.uk or call 0115 9231514

"We are looking forward to being part of what is likely to be the biggest sustainable event to come to Sheffield"

Martin Bruno, The NAPIT Group Ltd
Conference Days 1 & 2
  • One exhibition stand (Day 1 & 2)
  • One delegate pack insert
  • Exhibitor’s logo in delegate pack with 50 word corporate summary
£600
Conference Day 2 ONLY
  • One exhibition stand (Day 2 only, 6 November 2014 only: Low Carbon Construction)
  • One delegate pack insert
  • Exhibitor’s logo in delegate pack with 50 word corporate summary
£500
Conference Day 1 ONLY
  • One exhibition stand (Day 1 only, 5 November 2014 only: Energy Conscious Communities)
  • One delegate pack insert
  • Exhibitor’s logo in delegate pack with 50 word corporate summary
£200

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