Join IES and the Food & Drink Federation for a free webinar exploring technologies and funding application support to accelerate decarbonisation action plans in the manufacturing sector.
Tuesday 28th November | 13:00 – 14:00 GMT
With emerging funding schemes – such as the forthcoming Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) Phase 3, due to launch in early 2024 – the time has never been better to explore the technologies and funding support schemes available to accelerate your decarbonisation action plans.
However, knowing where to start with your decarbonisation strategy is no easy feat, particularly within the energy-intensive manufacturing sector. With multiple production lines, data sources and systems to consider, alongside the factory buildings, it can be difficult to pinpoint where decarbonisation efforts are best focused, and at lowest cost.
While energy efficient and low carbon technology does exist to support the transition to low-carbon manufacturing, it is not always clear how this can be embedded within current operational practices and supply chains.
IES are ideally positioned to support manufacturers with decarbonisation feasibility studies under the forthcoming IETF Phase 3, which is designed to help businesses with high energy use to cut their energy bills and carbon emissions through investing in energy efficiency and low carbon technologies.
In this webinar, IES will talk you through:
- Funding opportunities & application support available
- Digital tools that can support decarbonisation feasibility studies & empower investment grade decisions
- How we can partner with you or your existing energy management provider to uncover significant hidden energy, carbon and cost savings across your facilities
Registration is open to both FDF and non-FDF members, however attendees will need to register on the FDF site.
For more information and to register your free place, click here.
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