Build Back Better & Greener: A Green Recovery Makes Good Business Sense
Perhaps you are already thinking about how to reduce your Winter heating bills, planning to upgrade to LED lighting, or perhaps investing in an electric vehicle or solar energy project?
This webinar looks at the opportunities for your business post COVID-19 to save money, reduce carbon emissions and build long-term profitable sustainability.
Business Recovery: the only way is green
During the COVID-19 crisis, many businesses in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Hertfordshire have proven they can work in new, more sustainable ways.
As your business looks to rebuild and grow, evidence shows there are many benefits to adopting low carbon initiatives:
Save money on the upfront cost of equipment and building improvements
Cut your energy bills
Reduce your carbon emissions
Improve your environmental credentials to meet customer and supply chain expectations
Drive staff engagement and innovation
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Get started on your journey to #NetZero2050
As you prepare to get back to work - find out how you can boost your recovery with a focus on financial and environmental performance. Going green doesn’t cost a lot and grant funding available via Low Carbon Workspaces could help you further improve your ROI.
What is covered?
Why should my business consider a green recovery?
Understand the key opportunities and benefits and also the future threats
How to identify the right low carbon initiatives to meet your business goals
Learn from other local business owners who have already successfully implemented green projects themselves
Top tips to get you started e.g. how to access grant funding to reduce the upfront costs
During the COVID-19 crisis, businesses have proven they can work in new, more sustainable ways. As the economy looks to rebuild and grow after the lockdown, there is an opportunity for businesses to refocus on their sustainability goals and work with Government to deliver a green recovery.
COVID-19 is affecting all aspects of business. The government has advised that employees who are able to work from home should do so, and it is expected that many people’s domestic energy bills will rise over the coming months.
Low Carbon Workspaces are now delivering a total pot of £375,000 in grant funding to help small and medium sized enterprises based in Berkshire identify energy reduction opportunities and to subsidise the cost of energy efficiency solutions.