Renewable Energy Marketplace and other events from the Low Carbon Opportunities Programme

Our second Renewable Energy Marketplace takes place at Worcestershire County Cricket Club in Worcester from 8am on Thursday 17 May.

Have you ever thought about renewables for your business? Assumed solar PV would be too expensive and renewable heating too difficult to install? Would you like to understand more about the options available to you?

Come along to our Renewable Energy Marketplace to find out how renewable energy could save your business money, and the grants which are available to install solar PV systems, biomass boilers, air source heat pumps and more.

There will be local renewable energy installers to speak to, case studies of businesses which have already installed renewables and plenty of opportunity to ask any questions you have.

The event will start at 8am with breakfast and opportunity to browse the marketplace of installers before the presentations start around 9am.

You can sign up for the Low Carbon Opportunities Programme during the event. As part of the programme, we have free advice available, including an on-site visit, and grants of up to 45% of project costs.

Book here for your free place at the Renewable Energy Marketplace

Other events from the Low Carbon Opportunities Programme

We’ve got a busy couple of months ahead for our Worcestershire Clean Tech Innovators Network. We have our next regular network meeting on the 27th April, with intellectual property expert Richard Bailey from Harrison Clark Rickerbys speaking. We are then exhibiting at the WINN ‘Great Things Happen’ Innovation Forum on the 23rd and 24th May, with two of our fabulous innovators giving their innovation stories on the 23rd. Following this, we have our Clean Tech Innovators Conference planned for the 6th June!

Are you designing new technology which will help to save our environment? Or do you provide a service which this network of technology innovato

rs could benefit from?
Contact Don Gembeckas on dgembeckas@worcestershire.gov.uk or 01905 843902 if you would like to hear more about these events.

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