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InstallerSHOW returns to the NEC in June, with three days of content in the elemental theatres focusing on the crucial topics of heating and powering our buildings while cutting carbon.

The show welcomed 10,000 visitors in 2022 and the 2023 show will be our biggest – and best – yet, with added content streams, features and opportunities to share knowledge and ideas about the route to net zero.

The two main elemental theatres – Decarbonising Buildings and the Housing Hub – will deliver inspiring panel discussions and educational seminars on everything from delivering low-energy retrofit in hard-to-treat homes to the importance of improving heat network efficiency.

Expert speakers will be sharing their insight and advice for those tasked with making buildings more energy efficient, and confirmed speakers include Carbon Trust, Midland Heart, DESNZ, Orbit Group, Cundall, Heat Trust, Energy UK and Birmingham Energy Institute.

Several exciting keynote speakers and hosts have already been confirmed, with former footballer and TV pundit Gary Neville joining us for a live Q&A – he is well known for his enthusiasm for energy-efficient buildings, plus his concerns about the number of people in fuel poverty and poor housing. Also speaking at the show is former housing minister Esther McVey, Greenpeace director Ed Gillespie, environmental journalist Roger Harrabin and The One Show presenter, and eco writer, Lucy Siegle. More names will be announced in the weeks leading up to the show.

There will also be over 400 exhibitors with technologies and solutions from across the energy, water, heat and air industries, with experts on hand to explain how they might fit within the projects you’re working on and help to overcome the challenges facing the built environment as it strives to meet carbon reduction targets.

Some of the other show highlights include:

InstallerSHOW 2023 is 27-29 June at the NEC, Birmingham. Register for free today by visiting