Do you have plans to invest in energy saving technology such as solar PV, LED lights, a new boiler or other heating solutions? With the amount of different information on the market it can be very confusing to make the right decision for your business.
World renowned leading experts in energy and resource efficiency are offering small to medium businesses in the Greater Lincolnshire area to join a free webinar, to learn how they can save money on their energy bills.
The webinar is being offered by Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire, a programme being led by North East Lincolnshire Council to reduce energy bills and carbon emissions.
The programme has teamed up with The Institute of Applied Material Flow Management (IfaS), a not-for-profit research institute located on the environmental campus in Birkenfield, Germany.
The webinar will give businesses free non- biased advice on a wide range of energy saving tropics, such as, lighting and heating, which will be held over the course of two mornings.
11th August & 12th August (9am-1pm on both days)
Once signed up further details will be sent.
Eligible businesses can also have a free digital onsite audit, done through a video call, which also includes a detailed energy saving report with recommendations on the best energy saving measures for that business.
Businesses can also claim a grant to help them invest in energy saving products. Two grant options are available. A £500 voucher that can be claimed after 12 hours of engagement is achieved, or, for large energy saving projects a grant of 38% to help cover the total project cost.
To find out more on T&C's, please click here.
For the attendance of the workshop you are required to fill out an application form which can be found here. This will help us to understand your businesses needs and areas of interest.
Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire is a £9.2m project that has been partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund to help support business to save energy.
11/08/2020 - 12/08/2020 09:00 - 13:00
Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire