The Renewable Energy Association has become the second organisation to become a partner for the recently-launched ITT Hub 2020 exhibition. REA joins the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, for the new exhibition taking place in May 2020 at Farnborough International.
A trade association representing around 550 British companies operating across the renewable energy and clean technology economy, REA focuses on the contribution of renewable energy to the UK’s electricity, heat, transport and green gas needs.
As an Event Partner at ITT Hub 2020, REA will exhibit in a dedicated Energy Hub area of the show.
“The energy and transport sectors are at a time of historic convergence,” says Nina Skorupska, RFEA chief executive. “The energy system is becoming more decarbonised, digitised, and decentralised while cars and vans are becoming electrified and the way people use them is expected to shift. Automotive manufacturers are moving into renewable energy and major oil and gas companies are moving into EV charging. It is exactly for these reasons that an event such as ITT Hub, which will bring together the energy and transport sectors in Farnborough in 2020, is crucial and we are delighted to support it as an event partner.”
Mark Griffin, CEO of event organiser Binswood Media adds: “We are both delighted and excited to have the REA on board as an Event Partner at the inaugural ITT Hub 2020 exhibition. As well as providing a great opportunity for their members to exhibit at the event in a cost-effective way, their participation reflects the increasingly important role that renewables will play in transport delivery in the years ahead.”