NAPIT offers free renewables workshops for London enterprises

NAPIT offers free renewables workshops for London enterprises

London based trade installers can take advantage of free Renewable Energy workshops throughout October and November.

Funded in part by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) and spearheaded by the Institute for Sustainability, Flash, working in partnership with NAPIT, provides access to specifically designed workshops which focus on business opportunities relating to low carbon emissions and the renewable energy sector, including:

·         Green Deal

·         Feed-in Tariffs

·         Renewable Heat Incentive

·         Retrofitting

·         Renewable Technologies

NAPIT sales and marketing director Andy Sharp commented on the positive feedback which the initial round of Flash courses attracted,

‘It’s clear that these workshops are simply invaluable for all involved in or affected by energy management, so whether in a commercial or economic capacity, installers can join the network for more information and gain further insight into a green marketplace which is bursting with opportunity.’

Flash is available to businesses with a London borough postcode, an annual turnover of under £42m and fewer than 250 employees. The free Flash workshops have been scheduled throughout the remainder of the year and include:

Microgeneration for London- Wednesday 12th October, Kyocera, Central London

Solar PV:  One year on and still financially FiT- Thursday 20th October, Solar Century, Waterloo

One Stop MCS- Wednesday 2nd November, Kyocera, Central London

Solar PV:  One year on and still financially FiT- Wednesday 16th November, Solar Century, Waterloo

Marketing your Business and Green Credentials – Tuesday 22nd November, Kyocera, Central London

Microgeneration for London – Tuesday 6th December, Kyocera, Central London

For further information, queries or to register for any of these events visit: www.lowcarbonessentials.co.uk/flashelectricalnetwork/

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