Carbon Trust Collaborative Implementation Support: Decentralised Energy, Combined Heat & Power and District Energy
As part of the West Midlands Local Authority Low Carbon Economy Programme, the following Carbon Trust Collaborative Implementation Support events are being held:
- Lighting Upgrades and Controls: 7 November, Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands, Birmingham
- Renewable Heat Technologies: 18 November, MADE, Birmingham
- Electrical Energy Efficiency: 15 December, Maple House, Birmingham
- Saving Carbon through Effective Behaviour Change: 19 January 2012, MADE, Birmingham
- Decentralised Energy, Combined Heat & Power and District Energy: 9 February 2012, BVSC, Birmingham
Local authorities can choose which of the five you wish to participate in based on your own interest and project portfolio. Participants are asked to come to the workshop with a conceptual project that their authority could benefit from implementing.
To find out more about the Carbon Trust carbon management programme, please visit our dedicated page.
9 February 2012
10am to 4pm
BVSC, The Centre for Voluntary Action, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR
The Carbon Trust on behalf of Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands and Sustainability West Midlands
Local Authorities – energy managers, climate change officers, sustainability professionals, engineers, finance directors, estates directors
The event itself
Collaborative Implementation Support will give your authority access to support from leading UK experts in key energy efficiency and renewable energy technology areas to help you implement practical projects to reduce carbon emissions and energy costs.
Through the course of the day, participants will be supported to produce a detailed implementation plan covering every step of the implementation process, and at the end of the workshop will have a clear, detailed action plan to take away that can be used to implement a project within your current register and will provide a template for any other projects using the same technology.
The workshop will include:
- Overview of technologies
- Legislative context
- Planning issues
- Latest advances in Combined Heat and Power technology
- Procurement options
- Funding, partnering and operational models
- Making the case to planners and public
- Case studies and practical desk exercises
An agenda for the event will be sent out in advance with joining instructions.
How do you attend this event
To register to attend, fill in the booking form.