Vital Energi Sponsors Formal Dinner at Association of University Engineers Conference

Vital Energi, a leading provider of low carbon energy systems for universities, sponsored the formal dinner at this year's Association of University Engineers (AUE) conference.

The AUE has representation from more than 100 universities throughout the UK, Northern Ireland and Eire and aims to promote, foster and develop the knowledge and skills of university engineers.

The theme of this year's conference, which was held at Goldsmiths' College, University of London, from 4-6 September 2013, was "Recycling of Buildings". The formal dinner was held at Neptune Court, set on a mezzanine floor within the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, on Thursday 5 September.

Vital Energi has installed successful community energy schemes on the campuses of some of the UK's top universities including Edinburgh, York, Liverpool, Loughborough and Goldsmiths' College, University of London. 

It has more than 30 years' experience installing district heating networks, is the UK's leading provider of community energy generation and carbon reduction solutions and is proud to be supporting the low carbon aspirations of the country's universities.

Ian Whitelock, joint managing director of Vital Energi, commented: "The university sector is a key market for Vital Energi so we were delighted to sponsor this year's formal dinner at the AUE conference.

"We are fully committed to helping universities achieve their low carbon ambitions and can design robust energy generation solutions combined with energy conservation measures that deliver significant savings. We stand behind what we do with long term warranties and performance based contracts."

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