Tweed Council and the combined business chambers of the Tweed are hosting a Breakfast seminar to help SMEs cut their energy bills by 10% -30%.
Jon Dee, author of the Energy Cut guidebook, will be running the seminar to show businesses how they can follow a simple 20-step guide specifically designed for small to medium sized businesses
This free seminar will be held on Friday 15 May, 7 – 8.30am at Kingscliff Bowling Club, Marine Parade.
Participants will receive a free hardcopy of the Energy Cut Guidebook. A light breakfast will be available for $10.
RSVPs are due by Friday 8 May to Tony Bryan, Secretary Kingscliff & District Chamber of Commerce, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following week, Tweed Shire Council will partner with the State Government Energy Saver program to provide energy-efficient expertise specific to the local aged-care and club industries.
Both seminars are aimed at helping community sectors understand, analyse and manage their energy consumption and will run from 8.45am to 4pm on Monday 18 May (aged-care sector) and Tuesday 19 May (registered clubs).
The two sessions will be held at Cabarita Beach Bowls and Sports Club, which has been taking full advantage of its own energy-efficiency opportunities.
To register online visit the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage website or for more information contact Council’s Program Leader – Sustainability, Debbie Firestone, on (02) 6670 2400.