Posted on Friday 7 February 2014 by Ulster Business


NI Chamber of Commerce and UtilityWise are inviting businesses to hear how to enhance their business potential within the renewables and sustainability sectors at an event in Belfast.

'The Business Case for Renewables' is one of many events taking place across the UK as part of Climate Week (3-9 March 2014) and will take place on 6 March 2014 at the E3 Building at Belfast Metropolitan College Belfast.

Climate Week is the biggest national climate change campaign, inspiring a new wave of action to create a sustainable future. Culminating in a week of activities, with half a million people attending 3,000 events, it showcases practical solutions from every sector of society.

With industry experts and thought provoking workshops as well as a sustainability zone, this event aims to promote ways in which businesses can live and work more sustainably. Guest speakers confirmed include John Toner, Group Chairman and CEO at Williams Industrial Services; Malcolm Emery, Development Director Ireland at UtilityWise; along with representatives from The Workspace Group and Dimplex Renewables.

Pictured launching the event are Damian Duffy (Belfast Metropolitan College); Oonagh O'Reilly (NI Chamber of Commerce) and Malcolm Emery (UtilityWise).

'The Business Case for Renewables' is one of 3,000 events taking place across the UK as part of Climate Week 2014.


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