Workshop to identify energy issues for Herefordshire businesses
The Hub News Team | 17.1.18
Herefordshire businesses are being urged to attend a special event next week to highlight energy challenges they are facing.
The views will help inform a new energy strategy being developed by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership as part of its work to help remove barriers to business growth.
A two-hour breakfast workshop will be held at the Marches Growth Hub at Skylon Court in Rotherwas from
It will include a welcome and introduction from the Marches LEP, an overview of the Energy Strategy and associated research and development from energy experts Encraft, and a workshop, run by Sustainability West Midlands, to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing businesses.
Gill Hamer, Director of the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership, said it was vital local businesses had their say as the Government investigates a number of energy issues as part of its new Industrial Strategy.
"Energy needs to be considered to build a strong regional economy, we need the right energy infrastructure for new technologies; to find ways of reducing energy costs for business and explore the economic benefits of a low carbon economy.
"This workshop is aiming to identify the key
"We hope this workshop will help us understand where there are
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