Utility Works and the National Energy Initiative
This blog post has been produced for the Greater Birmingham and Coventry and Warwickshire Chambers of Commerce as part of the 2021 Sustainable Business Series: Net Zero campaign.
The Sustainable Business Series: Net Zero is the Chamber’s first campaign on environmental sustainability, which aims to share best practice, guidance and knowledge to increase business progress to net zero. In 2021, this involves 5 free online webinars taking place from the end of September and throughout October along with publishing thought leadership podcasts, videos and blog content. The campaign will feature a Sustainability Summit on 3rd November
Thanks to our Headline Sponsors – Aston University, Arup, Morgan Sindall and the University of Birmingham - all webinars and the Summit are free to attend. Interested parties can find out more and register to attend Sustainable Business Series: Net Zero events here, and the Sustainable Business Summit here.
I’ve been advising clients for over 15 years on their energy contracts and management. One way businesses can ensure they get the best energy package is through better energy procurement. So, if you want to go about your energy procurement in a better way, here are my top five tips. Applying these tips and tricks to low-carbon energy procurement can help progress your business to net-zero.
If you’d like to find out other tips and tricks, please visit our website (see below) or feel free to contact email@example.com
Tom Bailey is the Co-Founder of Utility Works and the National Energy Initiative
Utility Works deliver solutions to business utility challenges. We provide fair, transparent and educational approach to sharing information with businesses about the utility market. We help businesses drive down costs and reduce consumption through our intelligent procurement strategies, efficiency programmes and integrated technologies. See more here.
The National Energy Initiative focuses on educating and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow on sustainability, climate change and net-zero through interactive low-carbon energy tools and technology solutions. See more here