Green Energy Generation and Storage Workshop

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An ERDF funded workshop

Renewable energy is the future. Would you like to understand your options for a range of renewable technologies, battery storage, and how to prepare your business for all electric vehicles by 2030?

For businesses it can be difficult to navigate the technical information and identify the most suitable options and next steps to cut carbon emissions and operating costs.

In this session you’ll learn about the technologies and payback periods for a range of renewables including: commercial solar PV, wind, biomass, heat pumps, as well as heat recovery, infra-red heating and hydrogen.

It will help give you a clearer idea of how you can generate your own energy, reduce costs and how you can fund it.

A well as discussing renewables, we’ll walk you through the developments in battery storage and how this impacts the move to electric vehicles.

This session is for micro, small and medium sized business managers, owners and facility managers who want to decide how to invest and choose the right renewables and cut their carbon footprint.

 

Delivered by Ian Trow, Consultant Engineer, Quad Plus and Energy & Automation Ltd. Ian has 30 years corporate business and engineering experience in the industrial energy and automation sector, working with the likes of Du-Pont, Fuji and Siemens. He’s passionate about accelerating innovation by sharing knowledge and building connections to address the complex power and automation challenges affecting manufacturers to help drive productivity in a low carbon economy.

 

Part funded through the Low Carbon Across the South and East Programme, funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-20. LoCASE is a partnership between Kent County Council, East Sussex County Council, Essex County Council, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, Thurrock Council and the University of Brighton.

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