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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
Network Update- May
Sustainability Tour of King’s Academy Ringmer
“In Pursuit of Excellence” is King’s Academy’s commitment towards learning and sustainability. Biomass, solar and ground source heat are just a few of their renewable technologies and there is much more to discover. Learn more
‘Know your Energy’ Networking Breakfast, Burgess Hill
At this event, we’ll be debunking the myths around energy and create an open space for networking. Our speakers are David Greenfield of SOENECS, Sal Mustafa and Vicky Vaughan of Boss Controls and Shelaine Siepel of SBP. Book today
Energy Audits & EPCs
Are you paying too much on your energy bills?
If you want to identify energy and cost saving opportunities in your organisation or you need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) then we can help! Find out more and register your interest.
Sustainability Tour Brighton Dome
With over 600 events annually, Brighton Dome have a strong focus on sustainability. They eliminated plastic straws in 2018 and they are now working on replacing plastic cups. Delegates will find out more details on the ‘behind the scenes’ tour of the Concert Hall.
Book your place
NEW Training Course ‘Sustainability in Business’
We’re running a new series of ‘Sustainability in Business’ training courses for organisations to meet and share their sustainability journeys and help each other to overcome obstacles. The first session is on 7th June in Brighton.
Members Spotlight – Earthkind
Earthkind take the ‘zero-waste’ principal to heart, selling organic wholefoods without the packaging. Their aim is to inspire others to shop differently offering an alternative to plastic packaged food “in the hope that refills will one day become the norm.”
Visit their website for more information