Neil Stott, Business Development Director at Mypower, an award winning commercial solar PV system designer and installer, will step through the lifecycle benefits of solar PV.
With climate emergencies being declared at a national, regional and local level, now is the time to act to take on climate change. Hear how solar PV is a key factor in not only achieving a significant reduction in CO2 emissions, but also a way for businesses to produce electricity at a cost that is 60-70% cheaper than today’s grid supplied.
When considering the impending electrification of our transport and its impact on building infrastructure, find out how renewable energy generation presents great revenue and customer loyalty opportunities.
In addition, Gemma Melville, Director at The Landmark Practice, will share insights on ‘Bio diversity net gainers’, explaining how investments at design and construction phase can deliver ongoing building lifecycle benefits.
Use these insights to influence your designs and projects, and educate your clients, helping the construction industry to become a driving force in tackling climate change.
Please arrive at 5.30 pm for a 6 pm start.
Location: Gloucestershire College, Cheltenham Campus (Princess Elizabeth Way)
This event is available to members and non-members.
19 people are attending CO2 reduction, cost savings, and new income – achievable building lifecycle goals?
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