Electricity must be ordered via the form on the E-Zone
Prices will increase after 1st September 2023
Any questions please email - email@example.com
Private generators are NOT permitted on site- This policy includes the running of vehicle engines during the show.
Electric will be available from 09.00 on Wednesday 13th September until 20.00 on Sunday 17th September. NOTE - Stands will have no power from 8pm on Sunday, therefore there will be no electric supply on Monday 18th September.
Orders for electric must be submitted via the E-Zone
- The Exhibitor may only obtain electricity direct from the Organiser’s nominated electrical contractor. No private generators may be used anywhere on the Site.
- The accuracy and freedom from fluctuation of the voltage supplied cannot be guaranteed. If Exhibitors are planning to use electronic equipment such as TV or computers, you should consult the supplier of such equipment if in doubt. The Organiser accepts no liability in such regard.
- The Exhibitor shall ensure that no electrical appliances are placed or stored on their Stand unless the same has been P.A.T. tested within the period of 3 months immediately preceding the event.
- If the Organiser does not erect shedding, the Exhibitor shall make their own arrangements for a safe means of housing power on their Stand. If no tent, caravan, or structure is in position, the supply may be delayed or refused.
- The Exhibitor shall make the supply point safe before dismantling their Stand. The Organiser may switch off any supply which they deem to be unsafe or in need of attention.
A quick way to calculate how many watts you’ll need is to check your appliance, find out how many amps it uses then multiply that by 240 (UK volts from mains power). Example: If a TV states it uses 1.6 amps, multiply 1.6 by 240 = 384 watts, so you’ll need at least a 500watt socket.