Tuesday 24 February 2015
1.30 - 3.30pm
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI), 180 Hay Street, East Perth
Enhancing the flexibility and resilience of Australia’s electricity distribution systems for the future.
The Clean Energy Council, in conjunction with experts in energy use for small to medium enterprise businesses, are launching a new Guide to improving electricity use in your business which looks at solutions for you to better manage your electricity demand and costs.
Funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) the guide provides practical advice on how to better understand your electricity consumption. By looking closely at options such as energy efficiency, solar power, device switching and electricity tariffs the guide will show you how to take actions to reduce the operating costs of your business.
Every business is unique. The guide explains how, as a business owner, you can understand the electricity consumption of your small-medium business and identify the most practical solutions for your particular case. These solutions will help your business operate more efficiently than your competitors by saving energy and money while reducing your business’ impact on the environment.
Who should attend: Small-medium business owners from all sectors should attend this launch.
Speakers at the launch event will provide a detailed summary of the guide and present a case study from a business which has successfully made savings by changing their electricity use.
Tom Butler from the Clean Energy Council
Chris Blanksby from Entura -
Small business case study
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This event is part of the Future Proofing in Australia’s Electricity Distribution Industry (FPDI) project, a collaborative initiative involving the Clean Energy Council, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), Clean Energy Council members and other key stakeholders. The extensive project, led by the Clean Energy Council, aims to enhance the flexibility and resilience of Australia’s electricity systems for the future.