Autumn webinar series
This autumn we held a series of fortnightly online webinars exploring topics relating to the importance of energy efficiency for businesses – how it can help organisations save money on their energy bills, improve comfort for staff and customers, and do their bit for the planet. The webinar series is now complete, but you can catch up with the recordings below from our YouTube channel.
The importance of energy efficiency for businesses – and an introduction to ESOx
Steve Fawkes, Founder of EnergyPro, gave an overview of why businesses should be thinking about energy efficiency, including key barriers. Richard Dorey, Business Development Manager for Energy Solutions Oxfordshire, also gave an introduction to our service.
Understanding your existing energy usage to save money, time, and carbon
Michael Esvelt and Moira Dorey of Oxford Brookes University’s Environmental Information Exchange team explain the importance of understanding your existing energy use and data, and what an energy assessment looks like if done through as part of the Energy Solutions Oxfordshire process.
Energy efficiency for businesses: how to cover the upfront costs
We know that covering the upfront costs is a key barrier for businesses when considering energy efficiency work. In this webinar Alex Rathmell explained how Energy Solutions Oxfordshire can help with overcoming this barrier of upfront costs for businesses in Oxfordshire.
Common measures for businesses to reduce their energy use –saving money, time, and carbon
Michael Esvelt, Operations Director at Oxford Brookes’ EIE team explored common measures for reducing energy use at businesses. We were also joined by Gavin Hodgson, Carbon Reduction Manager, to share his experience with installing these measures at Oxford Brookes’ buildings.
Energy efficiency for businesses: how to decarbonise your heating bills
In this webinar Moira Dorey and Michael Esvelt explored different ways to de-carbonise heating within the premises of a business. This included replacing heating systems with lower carbon alternatives such as air source heat pumps, ground source heat pumps, and biomass boilers.