Meet Our Team At Ecobuild 2013 - Onyx Solar

Onyx Solar will be attending Ecobuild 2013 at the EXCel, London from 5 – 7 March 2013.    Ecobuild has become one of the biggest events globally for the built environment and offers: • The biggest showcase of sustainable construction products anywhere – more than 1,300 exhibitors• Over 100 free seminars – practical advice from real-life experiences• The renowned Ecobuild conference – world-class commentators tackle the most pressing issues facing the built environment• 600+ highly regarded speakers Ecobuild is also a great opportunity for organisations to come together, debate the issues, make contacts, access information and above all show that green building is good for people, planet and profit. If you would like to meet our team at the event please contact Cristina Fernández on cfernandez@onyxsolar.com  We look forward to meeting you there.

Onyx Solar will be attending Ecobuild 2013 at the EXCel, London from 5 – 7 March 2013.   

Ecobuild has become one of the biggest events globally for the built environment and offers:

 

• The biggest showcase of sustainable construction products anywhere – more than 1,300 exhibitors

• Over 100 free seminars – practical advice from real-life experiences

• The renowned Ecobuild conference – world-class commentators tackle the most pressing issues facing the built environment

• 600+ highly regarded speakers

 

Ecobuild is also a great opportunity for organisations to come together, debate the issues, make contacts, access information and above all show that green building is good for people, planet and profit.

 

If you would like to meet our team at the event please contact Cristina Fernández on cfernandez@onyxsolar.com

 

We look forward to meeting you there.

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Date: 19 February 2013
Source: www.onyxgreenbuilding.wordpress.com

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