NBC – Sustainability Business Network present its second informative business networking event - Solar Solutions - Can it work for your business
Join experts from the not-for-profit Australian Solar Council as they explain how to finance a solar power system for your business.
The session will provide local businesses with existing systems or new solar converts a better understanding of the options available to them. Whether you are looking to convert to solar or have an existing system join us to hear:
- A Solar Power technology update
- Find out how to conduct energy monitoring to assess suitability and manage power systems performance.
- The available battery technologies and storage solutions,
- The economics of purchasing ‘Green Power’, and
- Hear from local real case studies
Light dinner and refreshments will be provided.
Date: Tuesday 21st March
Location: 4Pines Micro Brewery, Brookvale
Bookings are essential online! Please create an account and book here to sign up or clink on link on right side of page. (We are using our partner, the Coastal Environment Centre’s online booking system)
Sustainability Business Network Launch Event - 22 November 2016
This was the follow up event to last year’s Business ‘Power to Save’, to launch our new sustainable business network. The event featured an inspiring presentation by Sarah Mandelson, CEO of Serendipity Ice Cream. The business has gone completely carbon neutral and Sarah shared some great success stories.
The local business panellists also had a lot of fantastic sustainability success stories: including Ruby Lane, winner of the Northern Beaches Local Business Award in Sustainability, Hairazor with Sustainable Salons Australia, 4 Pines Brewery and representatives from the Better Business Partnerships.
Missed the event but still interested in signing up to the network: Register Here for the SBN“
Check out one of our star local businesses, Col Crawford, which is receiving great wins from sustainability initiatives.
By reducing power usage and installing solar, Col Crawford is saving $14,000 per month on energy.