For many of us, saving energy is driven by our desire or need to save money, whether this is at work or home. Improving energy efficiency is particularly pertinent for larger commercial operations, where there are small efficiency increases can offer significant savings and protect against volatile changes in energy prices as well as legislative and environmental drivers. However, the underlining principles and approach to improving on-site energy efficiency are the same, irrespective of the energy demands of a site.
On Wednesday 04 March I will be speaking about effective on farm energy efficiency measures as part of the Energy & Environmental Management session at the Energy and Rural Business Show. My presentation will outline these basic principles and highlight some of the opportunity areas that those striving to improve their on-site energy efficiency, could consider. It will also introduce some of the practical steps to help you in identifying the options applicable to your site.
This two-day show starts on Tuesday 03 March and for the first time is being held at the East of England Arena in Peterborough. We will be exhibiting throughout and on hand to answer your energy-related questions. Attendance is free and you can register here. So, come and meet the team on stand number 31, enjoy a cup of coffee while you talk to our experts.