EcoCooling back at EMEX London in 2017!
26th October 2017
EcoCooling is excited to be attending EMEX (Energy Managers Exhibition) in London on the 22nd and 23rd of November to discuss and showcase energy efficient cooling solutions for industrial and IT sectors in the UK.
EMEX, held at ExCel London every November provides a fantastic opportunity to discuss and collaborate with energy managers from across the UK in regards to energy efficiency, particularly in the industrial and IT sectors. The free event will give businesses the opportunity to build partnerships and provide a platform to discuss the implementation of energy efficiency measures in order to reduce energy use and carbon emissions.
EcoCooling marketing and sales manager Emma Beresford stated that event will be a great place to promote EcoCooling products and discuss the benefits of using evaporative cooling.
“It’s a great event to attend and to be in the company of likeminded businesses with the sole focus on discussing and presenting energy efficient technologies”, said Ms Beresford.
Listed as an energy efficient technology, EcoCooling’s cutting-edge evaporative cooling systems are available to businesses looking to capitalise on Salix funding or ESOS technologies the UK.
EcoCooling IT cooling systems achieve a PUE of less than 1.1 for data centres across the UK and Europe, wheras their industrial systems provide 35kW of cooling for just 1.5kW of electricity per 250m2 area.
The UK based company now have over 3500 installations industrial and IT sectors in the UK including Cummins Diesel, Premier Foods, Cott Beverages, Net-a-Porter, Unum, Cambridge University and the award-winning Aberdeen University.
EcoCooling will be located at stall F53 and welcome anyone to drop in to discuss products and how evaporative cooling could help save you up to 90% of your cooling costs when compared to traditional refrigeration.
For anyone interested in attending the event, follow the link: http://www.emexlondon.com/
At EcoCooling our mission is to save the country 1% on its total energy bill!