Embedding Sustainability in Business: Workshop 2 – Renewable Energy as an income stream

Date

Wednesday 30th June

Time

Lunch 12:00-12:30, Workshop 12:30 – 16:00

Location

BG035 Brindley Building, Leek Road, Stoke Campus

Organisers

Staffordshire University’s Institute for Environmental Sustainability and Regeneration

The event itself

Presenter: Neil Packer, Faculty of Computing Engineering and Technology

In April 2010 a predictable support mechanism – a feed-in tariff (FIT) – was introduced to incentivise small scale low carbon electricity generation by householders, communities and businesses.

In 2011 the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme will incentivise the generation of renewable heat at all levels of production. Delegates attending this seminar will learn about accessibility, eligibility, standards and tariff payments associated with these schemes and whether they can supply their energy demands in a sustainable and financially attractive manner.

How do you attend this event

This is part of a series of 3 workshops. Workshop 1 (Corporate Environmental Management) will be held on 28 June and Workshop 3 (EMS for SMEs: A step-by-step approach to implementing an environmental management system) will be held on 2 July.

Fees £25 per workshop or £50 for all three.

Payment options: Cheque (made out to Staffordshire University), for invoices or credit cards please contact Christine Dover 01782 294110 c.j.dover@staffs.ac.uk.

Contact for further information

For general queries contact: Jon Fairburn, IESR 01782 294038 jon.fairburn@staffs.ac.uk.


Downloads

Workshop flyer (pdf)