ANSWER partners have brought together 3 years of experience engaging SMEs in Energy Reduction. This evaluation summarises all of that work together, and highlights some of the different options available.
The ANSWER project team have been working for three years on a wide range of pilot projects to support the process of energy reduction. The highlights and key findings have now been put together in one place as a source of inspiration and reference tool for others.
The Seaport of Bruges (Zeebrugge) is a very favourable area to install wind turbines. Some of the terminal companies located in the south of the seaport already have specific plans to invest in wind energy in the near future. Instead of all investing separately in a cable connection to the local grid, port authority MBZ and POM WF have paid for a feasibility study to examine the advantages of a joint grid connection. You can read the most important outcomes of this study here.
October 20-21 saw environmental experts descend on Ipswich from Belgium, Norway, Sweden and Germany for the end conference of the ANSWER project. Over 20-0 delegates gathered to find out about ANSWER’s successes and look ahead to the next energy challenges.
At the local endconconference 'Energiek samenwerken' in Flanders, Greenbridge was announced to be the Flemish EGBN award representative in Ipswich. 9 other businesses/organisations (out of the 23 Flemish cases online) received a poster as an honor for their business' energy saving efforts.