Worcestershire Supply Chain Support Programme host first free conference for low carbon sector

Published Wednesday, 2nd March 2016

Worcestershire’s First Free Energy Efficiency Conference for the Supply Chain

The Energy Saving Trust is delighted to announce that they will be hosting a free sector specific event; The Worcestershire Energy Efficiency Supply Chain Conference, which will take place on the 23rd of March 2016, at Worcestershire County Cricket Club. Attendance to the conference is completely free to anyone who works, or has an interest in the low carbon sector, but be quick to secure a ticket because there are only 50 delegate spaces available on a first come first served basis.

This free half day conference will provide an opportunity for attendees to meet industry experts and to discuss the current marketplace for installers, SME’s (small to medium enterprises) and other businesses working in the sector. The event aims to facilitate discussions and networking as well as allow attendees to gain insight into some of the challenges and opportunities in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector for 2016. Speakers include Catrin Maby who was chief executive of the Severn Wye Energy Agency for 15 years, Reza Shaybani, chief executive of the British Photovoltaic Association and Harriet Murray Jones, head of Energy and Renewables at Harrison Clark Rickerbys Ltd. There will also be presentations from the Energy Saving Trust and Worcestershire County Council. The full list of speakers will be confirmed shortly. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided on the day

The Worcestershire Energy Efficiency Supply Chain Support Programme is operated by the Energy Saving Trust on behalf of Worcestershire County Council, through funding obtained by the Department of Energy and Climate Change. The programme aims to provide support to businesses working in the green sector and those interested in diversifying in the sector.

Support includes free CPD training, a monthly sector specific newsletter, free webinars and grant funding of up to 75% towards MCS and PAS2030 accreditation and reaccreditation. The Programme currently has a network of over 1,200 businesses working in the energy efficiency sector and is growing every day.

So to secure your free delegate space click here. You can also join the discussion at the Worcestershire Energy Efficiency LinkedIn group here. You can also visit our website or if you want any more information about the programme or the conference, feel free to contact the team at  supportingworcestershire@est.org.uk or 02920 475959.