The Southern Energy and Facilities Management Exhibition – ARC Event Centre, Centre Park Road, Cork – 6th–7th October 2010

The first Southern Energy and Facilities Management Exhibition will be held in Cork’s new 40,000 sq ft event venue – The ARC Centre on Park Road – on 6th–7th October 2010.

The Southern Energy and Facilities Management Exhibition is designed to put suppliers of alternative energy solutions, energy saving systems and a wide range of facilities management products, equipment and services into direct person to person contact with a targeted audience of decision makers from manufacturing facilities and the built environment in the southern half of Ireland.

The event is timely given the current business emphasis on cost reduction, improved efficiency, recycling and environmentally friendly processes.

While similar events have achieved excellent results in Dublin, few managers and decision makers in the Munster area can afford the time to travel to the capital in the current environment. However, Cork has the highest concentration of high tech manufacturing facilities in the country.

Extensive Programme

The Southern Energy and Facilities Management Exhibition will include a far reaching programme of conference presentation and panel discussions together with a comprehensive exhibition covering these complementary disciplines. As such a significant attendance of those responsible for industrial, commercial, office and institutional facilities in the southern part of the country can be anticipated.

The exhibition offers companies a unique platform from which to meet, network and do business with an audience of key decision makers in search of a range of products, services and solutions that can benefit them in the delivery of cost reductions, improved facilities and a reduction in waste.

Energy Exhibition

The Energy Exhibition will focus on the opportunities that exist to cut costs and reduce emissions through the use of the latest technology, alternative, competitive energy sources and suppliers. The exhibition will be targeted both at the energy industry itself and the commercial user.

Exhibits will include the following sectors:

  • Heating and Cooling
  • Air Conditioning
  • Building Services
  • Building Technology Providers
  • District Heating
  • Energy Management Systems
  • Heat Recovery
  • Insulation
  • Power Producers
  • Lighting
  • Project Management
  • PV & Solar Thermal Energy
  • Refrigeration
  • Renewable Energy.


Facilities Management Exhibition

The Facilities Management Exhibition will address the needs of those responsible for managing properties in the manufacturing, commercial, civil and public sectors. Considerable savings can be achieved not only through the use of the latest technology but also through the rationalisation of services and the use of outsourcing.

The exhibition will encompass sectors such as: access control & equipment, alternative/renewable energy, asset management, build management systems, car parking, catering, data collection/management/database, environmental monitoring & services, fire safety & systems, heating & ventilation, inspection equipment & maintenance, interior fittings, janitorial supplies & services, lifts & escalators, maintenance services, office furniture/equipment, power & energy, security services & systems, recycling, sewage systems, shredding services, telecommunications and waste management.

The Organisers

The Southern Energy and Facilities Management Exhibition is being run by SDL Exhibitions Ltd, one of Ireland’s longest established event organisers of both trade and consumer events including: Engineering Ireland, IRCHEM, Pharmatex, The Electronic Manufacturing Industries Exhibition, Food Process, Instrumentation & Automation.

For further information contact: Farrah Kelleher on Tel 01 405 5556 or E-mail:

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