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Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
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Go green presentation gregg latchams
Go green presentation gregg latchams
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  • 1. Go Green Bristol There’s money to be saved by going green…. Improving Your Resource Efficiency Bristol Presenter: Nina Skubala 07500668659 Nina.Skubala@businesswest.co.uk @GoGreenBristol
  • 2. This morning you will… • Go Green with Business West • Break • Receive an Energy Law update from Gregg Latchams • Enjoy a Networking Lunch kindly provided by Gregg Latchams
  • 3. Who is Business West?
  • 4. How we help your business to Go Green… • FREE service. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Bristol City Council to encourage small and medium enterprises to use resources more efficiently. • Focus on WHERE your business can save £££ • Focus on HOW your business can save £££ • How Going Green can ENHANCE your business • Help to find SOLUTIONS and FUNDING
  • 5. Why should your business Go Green?
  • 6. Most business waste 20% of the resources that they use
  • 7. What differencecan savings make to your bottom line? If your turnover = £100,000 And 10% of this is profit = £10,000 Your costs currently amount to 25% = £25,000 So, if you reduce your costs by 20% = £5,000 saved Now your profit is £15,000, which is equivalent to a 50% increase in turnover!
  • 8. What benefits can your business expect? • Innovation • Employee engagement • Community engagement • New markets • PR • Material security • Compliance
  • 9. And how does saving £££ save the environment? Cost = Consumption = Carbon 14p = 1 kWh = 0.5041kg CO2e Use less, spend less, produce less carbon
  • 10. WHEREyour business can save £££
  • 11. Resource efficiency (or going green!) • Main resources we use are:
  • 12. Resource efficiency (or going green!)
  • 13. Resource efficiency (or going green!)
  • 14. Examine your bills
  • 15. Examine consumption patterns
  • 16. Examine you processes+ culture
  • 17. Howyour business can save £££
  • 18. Spend nothing…save LOTS • Use a broker to make sure you are on a competitive utility tariff – can save up to 30- 50% • Switch off appliances rather than leaving them on standby could save you around £30 a year. • Walk/cycle over driving • Electronic over print
  • 19. Spend a little…save a LOT • LED Bulbs • For 8 lamps, running 8 hours per day Bulb kWh per year Cost (at 14p per unit) CO2 (kg) Halogen 1168 £163.52 631 LED 164 £22.89 88
  • 20. Capital spend must stack up… Payback period – This is the length of time that the capital cost of a project is recouped by the saving in expenditure by that project – E.g. total cost £10,000 – Annual saving = £2,000 – Payback = 10,000 / 2,000 = 5 years – This doesn’t account for other savings, such as increased productivity or decreased maintenance And include other considerations e.g. capital equipment cost; delivery; installation; building alterations; staff training; decommissioning; disposal
  • 21. Solutions and Funding
  • 22. How to go green – Measuring and Saving Workbook exercise: Writing your own green action plan • Consider the resources your business uses and how these are used • List the biggest uses of resource in your business • Using this list, use the workbook to decide on a few simple actions that you can implement right away to start saving
  • 23. What £££is out there? • Enhanced Capital Allowance - Tax relief for equipment purchased from the Energy Technology list https://etl.decc.gov.uk/ • Local Sustainable Transport Fund - Grants for bike racks & shared parking and loan electric bikes and bus passes with sally.jones@bristol.gov.uk • Regional Growth Fund – Employers taking on more staff can apply for grants valued from £10k-£1m towards training, premises and capital equipment mary.lavin@businesswest.co.uk • Source West – Funding available to install electric vehicle charging points www.sourcewest.info/
  • 24. Next steps • Put your Action Plan into action • Use the Go Green Bristol Guide to keep finding solutions and savings for your business. • Keep in touch with contacts made today • Have a Business West advisor visit your premises to provide an Environmental Review • Join an environmental networking group such as Green Capital or Low Carbon South West
  • 25. Nina Skubala Lead Environmental Adviser 07500668659 Nina.Skubala@businesswest.co.uk @GoGreenBristol

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