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“Excellent, most informative and very motivating.”
Jackie Reader, Ormandy Aquatherm, Burgess Hill

Presentations – Sustainable Business Breakfast, Newhaven

Businesses, from a range of industries, gathered in Newhaven for a Sustainable Business Breakfast, focusing on energy efficient technologies.

Rob Santler from Ecosphere Renewables explained how air-source heat pumps work, which building types and business activities they best suit and what return on investment can be expected through energy cost savings and Renewable Heat Incentive payments.

Newhaven-Breakfast-2Yasir Sheikh from Trend Control Systems explored energy management within a building and how an automated system to control building services such as heating, ventilation and lighting can help reduce energy costs.

Steve Parsons from Zebedee’s Lunch Box, who provide a meals-on-wheels catering service for schools and nurseries, shared how they have cut utility costs at their premises through installing energy and water efficient appliances and engaging employees with green initiatives.

Click here to download their presentations. A video case study about the initiatives implemented at Zebedee’s Lunch Box can be viewed here.

Next up…

We’ll be in Burgess Hill on the 19th March 2014, 08:00 to 10:00, looking at solar PV. We’ll hear from a topic expert and council planner and a case study from Shoreham Port who have installed two large arrays. Event programme.

If you would like to reserve your place, please call 01444 477501 or email network@sustainablebusiness.org.uk. The cost is £20 or £30 for two (friend, colleague, client).

Network Update – December 2017

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of our Sustainable Business Network members. Join us on Twitter and Facebook to spread the good cheer!   Utilise Plus Programme Beat the cold and dark this winter with an energy saving project, with help from a Utilise Plus grant of up to £5,000! The Utilise Plus programme offers […]
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Utilise Plus Event Report: Case Study Visit to Wakehurst Place

On a bright morning in November, the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC welcomed a number of Sustainable Business Network members from a wide range of sectors to Wakehurst Place. Funded and managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Wakehurst Place boasts world-renowned gardens, woodlands, wildlife and the state-of-the-art Millennium Seed Bank. The SBP CIC’s Louise Downey gave a […]
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Upcoming Events

  • 12/12/2017Next Steps for a Smart and Flexible Electricity Network in the UK (Third Party Event)
  • 24/01/2018edie Sustainability Leaders Forum 2018 (Third Party Event)
  • 01/02/2018Better Business Show (Third Party Event)
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