Renewable Energy On-Site - Cutting Costs & Taking Control
Friday 3 February // 9:30am to 11am
Over the past year people have seen massive & unprecedented rises in energy costs that are causing large hikes in operational costs; these high costs are expected to last for at least the medium term. On top of this, there are concerns about supply continuity that could seriously impact businesses.
From a climate change stance, many businesses are additionally also looking responsibly at ways to reduce their carbon footprint (due to their net zero commitments) and considering renewables now that prices of equipment have reduced so significantly.
This Sustainable Business Network session looks at the business case for renewables on site and whether now really is the time to invest in them. The Sustainable Business Network look at the different technologies for your site and their payback periods. Also, Sustainable Business Network look at funding available for businesses and examine community energy projects
The session includes expert overviews of the subject - with plenty of practical examples that businesses of any size can take away and implement in their workplaces.
Who is this for?
Sustainability professionals in large and SME businesses, business owners/MDs in SMEs.
09:30 Welcome & Legal Briefing - Dr Wendy Buckley, Chair SBN North Hants
09:45 Renewables on-site in your business - Why now? Martin Heath, Basingstoke Energy Services Co-op
10:15 Business Community Energy Projects - Speaker TBA
10:45 Funding available for renewables - Speaker TBA
Register for tickets here: carbonfootprint.com - Sustainable Business Network Workshop