Businesses of all sizes can benefit from increased efficiency in fuel use and could also take advantage of government grants for renewable energy. A free presentation will be made Paul Holmes-Ling of Laurence Gould Partnership on ‘Earth, Wind & Fire – Profiting from alternative energy’. This free workshop is primarily targeted towards businesses but the content and relevance can be applied to consumers too.
The event is sponsored by SEEDA and Business Link and will take place on Friday 31 October at 1.30pm as part of the Future Energy event at the Riverside Centre, Newport Quay, Isle of Wight. There is no need to book a place – just turn up.
At the presentation there will be a breakdown of each of the alternative energies, with case study examples and payback periods
– – Combined heat and power
– – Biomass
– – Photovoltaic’s
– – Ground source heat pumps
– – Wind
– – Small scale hydro
– – Biogas
Paul Holmes-Ling says…
“As any landowner will know the cost of energy has risen dramatically over recent years and this workshop investigates techniques available to reduce costs and discuss the opportunities to become an energy provider. This session will cover many alternative suggestions on reducing current energy needs and the capture of waste power linked to individual energy audits. It will also discuss various methods of generating power for one’s own use to selling to a third party with cost and payback indicators along with signposting to potential suppliers and sources of information. “
The Future Energy events are sponsored by the Footprint Trust and supported by the Isle of Wight Council.
Footprint Trust 01983 82-22-82.
More information from Business Link Tel 0845 6009006