They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch.
But at Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire, we say different.
Our one-day energy saving workshops taking place in May are a great way for business like yours to find out how to cut their bills – and lunch is included.
Not only that, but the workshop itself is also totally free so there’s no charge for you to learn how to start saving straight away.
We’ve already helped one business which has accessed our programme cut their bills in half thanks to the new greener ways of working they have implemented after meeting our friendly team. And we are keen to share this success with as many more enterprises as we can.
Perhaps you’ve been inspired to make a change by the current concerns around the environment and global warming.
Or maybe you are concerned about how rising energy costs could affect your bottom line.
Whatever your worry, we want to encourage you to get the skills you need to reduce your energy consumption.
You can learn how to do this at our workshops this month, which will be packed with information on how to do things differently for the good of the planet and your profits.
The workshops will be supported by experts from the University of Applied Sciences Trier’s Institut fur angewandtes Stroffstrommanagement (IfaS) in Germany.
IfaS works on green projects around the world and has helped multi-national companies such as Continental, Procter and Gamble and Evonik Industries improve their energy use.
Topics covered will include heating, lighting, refrigeration, and staff behaviour towards energy use and everyone who takes part will also receive a free follow-up visit from one of the IfaS experts at their workplace to support their new energy saving strategy.
You’ll also receive an energy saving gift worth £500 to kick-start your savings.The free energy saving workshops take place at:
- The Terrace, Grantham Street, Lincoln from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday, 7th May. Register online here.
- Bannatyne Health Club, Humberstone Avenue, Humberston from 8am to 4pm on Wednesday, 8th May.