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“The workshop has certainly opened my eyes into the hidden costs with regards to our utilities.”
Glenn Carter, Ingenious Design, Eastbourne
Network Update- July
Burgess Hill Energy Saving Workshop – Book Now!
Take control of your organisation’s energy use and identify money-saving opportunities! Energy saving expert Kayla Ente of BHESCo will be leading this interactive, fully-funded workshop. Book today.
Business Networking Breakfast in Horsham
This is your chance to connect with businesses in your area and hear about Building/ Environmental Management Systems from our expert speakers from Eshcon and Boss Controls. Book today.
Apply for a fully-funded (FREE!) energy audit to identify energy and cost saving opportunities in your organisation. Apply today.
Utilise Plus Energy Saving Grants
We’ve already helped various organisations reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 72 tonnes each year in total – this is equivalent to driving around the world 7 times! Why not apply for a grant today for your energy saving project and be part of this amazing saving whilst lowering your organisation’s energy bills? Find out more on our website.
Event Report: Workshop at Avensys
This workshop included an exciting tour of Avensys and a first-hand look at their state-of-the-art smart technologies. That was a great inspiration for the day ahead! Read more…
The Loud Shirt Brewing Co have been crafting amazing beers in East Brighton since 2016. They are a certified user of 100% green energy. Their brewing by-products are used by a local farmer – the spent hops are used for composting and the spent malt is fed to his pigs. Loud Shirt also recycle their empty beer bottles once the thirsty customers have gone home!
Find out more on their website
Breathe In Brighton Event
This is the second event of the Breathe In Brighton campaign run by Brighton Peace and Environment Centre and Argyll Environmental. The event is free to attend and will include speakers from local transport companies, the council and air quality experts from the University of Brighton. Tickets here