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“Because we have been working on environmental issues for some time I was surprised at how much useful practical information was new to me which I can now apply within my organization.”
Sheila Daly, University of Portsmouth
From biomass boilers to bat boxes, businesses across the Gatwick Diamond are incorporating environmental best practice into their day-to-day operations.
Brighton & Hove third sector organisations gathered to learn more about increasing energy efficiency in their businesses.
Delegates from a range of industries gathered in Crawley Civic Hall for an opportunity to hear from members of Go-Ahead’s procurement team held on behalf of the University of Brighton’s Green Growth Platform.
Welcome to October’s Network Update. This month: Meet Go-Ahead; Weather Memory Bank; Tendering Masterclass; Sussex solar farms; ESOS leeway; Wakehurst Place tour; FITs petition; Earthship crowd-funding and 7.6 billion plastic bags!
A Tendering Masterclass was held in Brighton with talks by Jo Southernwood from Carbon Minded and Julian Wood from the University of Brighton, plus a networking lunch.
In the Network Update this month: Mitie Breakfast; ISO and GHG updates; Next Level Thinking; Three award schemes; Feed-in-Tariff cuts; Sustainable Buildings Breakfast and Personal Power Stations!
This month: Raising Green Investment; ESOS looming; Uckfield breakfast; Arctic drilling; Biogas map; Roffey Park tour; Brighton share scheme; Mitie breakfast; Wireless TRVs; Next Level Thinking.
This month: R&D tax credits; Autumn events programme; Arundel Museum case study; CCL changes; Grant schemes; What’s warming the world?
Keen to grow their supply chain in Sussex, Willmott Dixon, one of the UK’s largest property services and construction companies, met with local businesses in Hove.
Built environment SMEs could benefit from a free toolkit which details the opportunities arising from the growing onshore renewable energy and related low carbon markets.