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Network Update- August
Business Networking Breakfast in Horsham
This Friday, 10th August, you will have the chance to connect with businesses in Horsham area and hear about Building/ Environmental Management Systems from our expert speakers from Eshcon and Boss Controls. Book your free place today.
Energy Saving Workshop in Bognor Regis
Join this interactive workshop and identify where in your organisation you can save energy and money! Learn from the experts and take away your own personalised action plan. Book today
Event Report: Polesden Lacey Sustainability Tour
Delegates from a variety of sectors came to the Sustainability Tour of Polesden Lacey to see the new biomass boiler in action. It was exciting to hear about the National Trust’s inspirational sustainability plan. Read more on our website.
Utilise Plus Energy Saving Grants
We’re in our new funding round supporting organisations with grant funding to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Why not apply for a grant today for your energy saving project? Be part of this amazing saving whilst lowering your organisation’s energy bills! Find out more on our website.
Many businesses have already benefitted from our fully-funded energy audits. Apply for a free audit to identify energy and cost saving opportunities in your organisation. Apply today.
‘Construction Business of the Year‘ Koru Architects created their PassivPod design in a joint venture with Strategic Management Partners. The building is centred on zero-carbon, pod-shaped comfortable accommodation with an environmental conscience and combines eco design and a sustainable lifestyle. Read more
Food Waste to Energy- Biodigesters can do it!
Brighton & Hove Energy Services Coop (BHESCo) is developing a food waste to energy project using Anaerobic Digestion technology. Their aim is to create biogas from the food that gets thrown away to help combat fuel poverty in Brighton & Hove. For more details and letter of intent visit the website
Sailing for Sustainability
Milo, Josh and Taran from Brighton’s Dorothy Stringer School will attend the Normandy International Youth leadership Summit in France and discuss a sustainable future. To set a brilliant example representing the UK, the boys have a zero-carbon travel plan- sailing to the summit! You can support them here.
Plastic Bag Litter reduced in Oceans since 5p charge! Read more
The strategy is working- what will we tackle next?
The World’s largest Solar Facade on Danish School – Read more
It’s not just functional but also pretty. Is this the start of solar buildings?
EU to recognise the Right of People to produce their own Energy – Read more
Are we on our way to build a resilient, de-centralised system that will keep energy costs affordable?