Edgetech UK Energy Efficiency Seminar Sells Out in Record Time

Edgetech UK's industry-wide seminar, Increase Your Profits: Energy Efficiency in Focus, has had more bookings than the venue, the Conventry, England Ricoh Arena, can hold, according to a news release from Edgetech. To be held on May 10, 2006, the seminar will provide a forum for the UK fenestration market to learn about the rapidly changing energy efficiency issues and environmental legislation occurring in the UK.

Building regulation and energy experts from organizations such as the British Fenestration Rating Council, FaberMaunsell and Energy Saving Trust will speak at the seminar. Saint Gobain Solaglas and Edgetech IG will also present information on the latest advances in high performance glass coatings and warm edge technology.

"Our industry underwent massive changes in 2005 and this looks set to continue in 2006," said Andy Jones, sales director and general manager of Edgetech UK. "Thanks to new legislation and other industry-wide initiatives on energy efficiency, there are significant opportunities out there for any ambitious company--whether fabricator, sealed unit manufacturer, installer, system company, specifier, glass processor or machinery supplier--to exploit. This seminar will present the facts. Companies can't afford to stand still to see what others will do before acting themselves, particularly in a market as competitive as the glass and window industry."

Registered delegates include systems companies; machinery and glass firms; fabricators and installers; architects and local authority specifiers; and many of the UK industry's trade associations.


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