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Green Hospitality Focus on Energy Workshops

Focus on Energy – Workshop

Nationwide Spring Workshop Series – 09.00 to 13.00 each day

These workshop will focus on energy and will show hotels and hospitality businesses how they can reduce their costs through better measurement, securing grant aid, avoiding poor supplier offers.

Who should Attend?   Hotel and Hospitality Managers, Accountants and Financial Controllers, Green Team leaders Рanyone interested in reducing their energy costs

These are FREE events

The workshops are supported by REPAK and ENPROVA

Workshops Outline

Avoiding the Get-Rich-Quick Lighting Upgrade offers

Energy Credits – what are they?, how can I get “grant aid” from them, what’s the catch?

Understanding consumption – Benchmarking, metering, monitoring, taking control of your energy spend

Good Practice – what are businesses doing

Procurement – some practical advice – who are the brokers working for?

Attendee Action The workshop is designed to be inter-active so participants are encouraged to bring copies of your most recent Energy Invoices and prepare any questions that you would like answered does not sell any product – we just give our clients/members independent good practice advice.

Workshop Locations

Venues will be announced as soon as they are confirmed

7th March – Co Limerick

8th March – Galway City

15th March – Sligo Town – Radisson Blu Hotel, Sligo

16th March – Letterkenny Town

28th March – Kilkenny City

29th March – Tullamore Town – Tullamore Court Hotel

30th March – Dublin City

To book your place please follow this link.


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