The Energy Club

The Energy Club is a self help network of practitioners accountable for energy reduction in their own workplaces. The Energy Club aims are simple: to share experiences, gain knowledge, debate […]

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By Geoff Curran

The Energy Club is a self help network of practitioners accountable for energy reduction in their own workplaces. The Energy Club aims are simple: to share experiences, gain knowledge, debate legislation and support one another in achieving our energy reduction and sustainability goals.

Who can attend?

The Energy Club is for high energy users who typically use over £1 million p/a energy in their estate and feature in the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), have Climate Change Agreements (CCA) or are members of equivalent schemes.

Where are they located?

Energy Clubs are already running or planned to start (March-May) in the following locations:

  • Leicestershire
  • Northamptonshire
  • Milton Keynes
  • Hemel Hempstead
  • Nottingham
  • London
  • Derby

The Leicester Energy Club will meet again on 19th April, 2pm-5pm. De Montfort University agreed to host the event, which includes a visit to the new Faculty of Business and Law building. This building achieved a BREEAM excellent rating and includes ground source heat pumps and rain water harvesting. Spaces are limited so to register interest, please contact Teresa via [email protected].