Eunomia’s energy team will be joining Bristol-based businesses, organisations and industry experts at Bristol Green Capital’s (BGC) first quarterly event of 2016 to shine a light on sustainable energy activities taking place, or in planning, across the city.
The energy themed BGC quarterly partnership gathering will begin at 1.30pm on Tuesday 23rd February and will be held at University of Bristol Students Union, the Richmond Building. Attendees should register here.
The first half of the event (from 1.30pm) will give guests the chance to network and speak to businesses and organisations involved in sustainable energy activities and Eunomia’s Energy Team, who will be manning a stall, are looking forward to discussing current energy issues with attendees. The networking session will be followed by a series of talks from guest speakers including Bristol Energy Company’s Managing Director Peter Haigh and other high-profile figures in the sector.
The second half of the afternoon will cover a consultation exercise on Bristol’s newly drafted Climate Change and Energy Security Framework, attendees are asked to prepare feedback ahead of the event, visit http://bit.ly/FrameworkQuestions for details.
Anyone wishing to comment on the framework can do so via the official council consultation website at www.bristol.gov.uk/climateandenergyframework.
Tomorrow’s event will be Chaired by Simon Roberts, Chief Executive of the Centre for Sustainable Energy and recently appointed Director of Bristol Green Capital Partnership. The Quarterly Partnership Gathering also offers the opportunity to get up to speed on all aspects of Partnership news and to meet other members from business, public and voluntary sectors.