Commercial Buildings and Community Energy: Scaling up Renewable Energy Delivering Across the North West

Added by: Jeana Malhi

June 25, 2019 - June 25, 2019

09:30 to 12:30 2019-06-25 09:30:00 2019-06-25 12:30:00 Europe/London Commercial Buildings and Community Energy: Scaling up Renewable Energy Delivering Across the North West <p>This event will equip building owners and developers with the information needed to identify whether there are opportunities for community energy on their estate and how to develop successful partnerships with community energy organisations.</p> <p>Together we can deliver ambitious carbon-saving targets for our region. This event will include:</p> <p><strong>Delivering community ... 83 Oxford St, Manchester M1 6EG, UK Jeana Malhi j.malhi@communityenergyengland.org
83 Oxford St, Manchester M1 6EG, UK

This event will equip building owners and developers with the information needed to identify whether there are opportunities for community energy on their estate and how to develop successful partnerships with community energy organisations.

Together we can deliver ambitious carbon-saving targets for our region. This event will include:

Delivering community renewable energy – a win-win: An introduction to the social, environmental and economic benefits of community energy schemes

Practical partnerships: How partnerships between commercial property owners and community energy organis...

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This event will equip building owners and developers with the information needed to identify whether there are opportunities for community energy on their estate and how to develop successful partnerships with community energy organisations.

Together we can deliver ambitious carbon-saving targets for our region. This event will include:

Delivering community renewable energy – a win-win: An introduction to the social, environmental and economic benefits of community energy schemes

Practical partnerships: How partnerships between commercial property owners and community energy organisations operate

Ideal site requirements for a viable project: Investigating what makes the project work

Key steps in project development: what both parties will need to agree to

New technologies and innovation: what’s next for the sector?

Speakers include:

Bev Taylor, Director of Energy & Environment, Bruntwood:Bruntwood’s approach to Energy & Environment and support for Community Energy

Mark Cropper, Chairman, James Cropper plc: The James Cropper paper mill in Cumbria has large scale PV installed by Burneside Community Energy

Louise Marix Evans, Director, Community Energy North:Projects in a post-subsidy era

Martin Hunt, Forum for the Future: Introducing Power Paired, a new website to help asset owners match up schemes with community energy groups. 


Please register on the eventbrite page.

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