The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is running two free workshops over the next month to give SMEs the chance to influence Government thinking on future energy efficiency support.
The free workshops will be held in London and Manchester on 30 January and 3 February, respectively.
The workshops will allow SMEs to share their thoughts on implementing energy efficiency measures, including the barriers preventing action and the kinds of support the Government could provide to help seize energy efficiency opportunities, reduce energy costs and cut out unnecessary waste.
Open to all
DECC is seeking to engage with a variety of different SMEs across a range of sectors, no matter how energy intensive they are or whether they have considered installing energy efficiency measures previously or not.
Energy efficiency measures can include improving the fabric of buildings, changing equipment or influencing staff behaviour.
Later this year, DECC will be publishing in-depth research exploring the barriers and drivers of energy efficiency for SMEs.
The Manchester event will be held at Churchgate House, Oxford Road, on 3 February, with the London event taking place at the DECC office on 30 January.
For more information, or to register your interest for one of the workshops, click here.