Energy Management Seminars for SMEs

Green Business has teamed up with Ibec and BIM (Bord Iascaigh Mhara) to host a series of free seminars for SMEs on Energy Management this May.


Business owners are being urged to book their place at the free seminars in Clonakility, Co. Cork (May 8th), Athlone (May 13th) and Dublin (May 14th) to discover how they can increase their energy efficiency, and in turn their bottom line.


Green Business is a free and confidential resource delivering efficiency improvements and cost savings for SMEs of all sizes through waste prevention and reductions in water and energy consumption.


Recent resource efficiency assessments of Irish SMEs revealed potential savings of €60,000 on average for companies visited in areas including water, waste and energy management; with €20,000 of these savings achievable with merely better practices, at little or no cost to the business.


The Energy Management seminars will help and advise businesses on how to review and manage their energy through smart and inexpensive methods of reducing energy costs. The free seminars, the first of which will take place in Clonakilty on May 8th, will showcase how many Irish companies working across diverse industries are utilising and financially benefiting from smart energy management.


The half-day workshops will feature influential seminar speakers and case studies from the dairy, retail, manufacturing, finacial services  and sea food processing industries to name but a few. The events are guaranteed to be very worthwhile investment of management and staff time, and will be addressed by James Hogan of Green Business, Brian Scannell of Musgraves,  Conor Molloy of Ecofleet, and Sandra Hennessy of BIM.


James Hogan of Green Business urged all business owners to attend the seminar to gain invaluable tips on energy management. “Every business has the potential to better manage its energy consumption. There are significant opportunities for businesses to capitalise on and we’re delighted this year to have key industry business people on board to explain and discuss how their companies are saving thousands of tens of thousands of euro through efficient energy management.”


Green Business is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the National Waste Prevention Programme.


For further information and to book a place at any of the three Energy Management seminars, email or


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