Thank you to all who took part in 2016 and we looking forward to seeing you on the 3rd October 2017 !

APROVIS to be at Energy4powerLive 2016

APROVIS has more than 100 employees in project planning, engineering, order processing, service. Being the market leader in Germany we succeeded in building up a thriving export business. We supply our products to all major engine manufacturers with outstanding expertise thanks to specialization in exhaust gas heat recovery for CHP.


Dr Aan WhiteheadA SIGNIFICANT & IMPORTANT EVENT FOR THE ENERGY SECTOR - held on November 17th, 2015 Dr Aan WhiteheadHeading up a team of 50 top speakers, the Rt. Hon. Alan Whitehead, MP, Shadow Minister for Energy & Climate Change (pictured right), joined around 400+ energy professionals at the ENERGY4POWERLIVE 2015 Conference & Networking event in London on November 17th, 9.30am - 4.30pm. "This was clearly a significant and important event for the energy sector," he comments.

Perkins on display at Energy4PowerLive 2015

Dependable, reliable and cost effective engines are essential requirements for the power generation market.

Thomas Auto Injection Ltd to launch their new partnership with Alliant Power at this year's Energy4PowerLive

Thomas has become known worldwide for its technical expertise and parts sales for fuel related products within the “off highway” and Power Generation Industries.

As an authorised distributor and repairer of OE brands such as Yanmar, Bosch, Delphi, Stanadyne and Denso we consider ourselves specialists in the very latest common rail diesel injection technology.

Shetland Heat and Power at Energy4PowerLive 2015

SHEAP is the company formed to operate the Lerwick District Heating scheme. Lerwick is the capital of Shetland with a population of only 8000 but has one of the largest district heating networks in the UK with over 30km of mains and 1200 customers.

110 of these customers are non domestic which take 60% of the 35GWh demand. The scheme has been operating since 1998. The main source of heat is from an energy from waste plant. Other sources of heat are actively being pursued, principally from the renewable sector.


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