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05/11/2018
Black Country Living Museum Saving Energy - Behind-the-scenes Business Tour

Join Low Carbon Workspaces for a unique opportunity to learn how The Black Country Living Museum strives to improve its business energy costs and reduce its carbon footprint whilst preserving its unique industrial heritage.

Date: Tuesday 13th November
Time: 10am to 1:30pm (including a networking lunch)  
Cost: FREE


  • See first-hand how the museum is reducing its carbon footprint - the challenges in minimising its energy costs whilst preserving the area’s industrial heritage. They’ve introduced LED lighting, achieved zero waste-to-landfill and are migrating heating systems away from oil.
  • We’ll also hear from business energy experts ProEnviro Ltd about practical steps that you can take at your own premises to reduce energy costs including grants of up to £5000 to assist in the process.
  • Plus there’ll be time to meet like-minded businesses and representatives from our event partners The Black Country Growth Hub and Black Country Chamber of Commerce, over a networking lunch.


>>>Discover more and register here<<<


Alternatively, please contact Milly Gandy via 07511-447 113.

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