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“The energy auditor showed us how to adjust the settings to most efficiently run our heating system as well as explained the benefits of low-cost measures such as draught proofing.”
Judith Brown, The Sheldon Hotel, Eastbourne
Welcome to November’s Network Update. This month: Winter energy saving tips; heat pump case study; electric vehicle funding; Solar PV costs; Big Bang @ Butlins; West Sussex Data; Green Business Showcase report
From biomass boilers to bat boxes, businesses across the Gatwick Diamond are incorporating environmental best practice into their day-to-day operations.
Delegates arrived by foot, bike, train and electric car to learn about sustainable travel in Crawley.
This month: R&D tax credits; Autumn events programme; Arundel Museum case study; CCL changes; Grant schemes; What’s warming the world?
This month: Not so smart phone; BHESCO share scheme; Crawley breakfast details; Lighting tender; Free cycle racks; Case study visits; Website travel widget.
Sustrans, the national charity that champions sustainable travel is recruiting for two roles in Sussex.
Electric vehicles have come a long way over the last few years, but how do they compete on price with their combustion engine counterparts? And is the charging infrastructure in place to prevent long journeys being cut short?
People and businesses in East Sussex are being urged to choose cheaper, easier and healthier ways of travelling as part of a month-long initiative.
This month; Ride The Wave; Solar and AMR competition; LED case study; Go ultra low; Breakfast event details; Don’t waste it, WARPit!
Sustrans, the national charity championing sustainable travel, has launched a new project offering free support to help small businesses based in East Sussex reduce the cost and environmental impact of business travel.