About The Webinar

Thursday 8th February 2024, 11am.

The UK Government target is to be Net Zero as a nation by 2050, with many local authorities and other public bodies have setting targets in advance of that for all UK schools to be Net Zero by 2030. Whilst achieving Net Zero is not going to happen overnight, it is time to start thinking ‘energy efficiency’ and implementing one manageable and affordable step at a time. 

FEPS are proud to be partnering with eEnergy, experts in this field, to deliver an exclusive webinar for our customers, focusing on how your education setting can start their decarbonisation journey.

Mark Dolling, Strategic Development Director at eEnergy, will be delivering an information packed session, advising schools/Trusts on the next steps to reduce energy consumption, focusing on the following areas:

  • Modern LED fittings 
  • Solar Panels
  • Getting a better grip of energy data 
  • Engaging your pupils and school community on the journey 
  • Programming your heating system to achieve optimum efficiency

Join us to learn from the professionals, bring your questions and begin your journey to Net Zero.

About eEnergy

We are proud to be partnering with eEnergy here at Fusion Education People Solutions.

eEnergy empowers schools to reduce energy costs by up to 60% and move further and faster towards Net Zero with no upfront investment required. They have delivered over 1000 successful projects to help schools and colleges eliminate energy waste, deploy energy efficient technologies and generate and their own low-cost clean energy. For more information, click here.

“We’re delighted to be partnering with FEPS to help schools accelerate their decarbonisation journey. eEnergy and FEPS have a shared passion for driving impactful school improvement to help schools deliver the best outcomes for children. Against a background of volatile energy costs, stretched education budgets and increased climate anxiety among young people, we’re thrilled to be able to offer practical support to FEPS customers to reduce energy consumption, costs and carbon emissions without the need for upfront investment. The significant savings that can be achieved deliver recurring revenue savings to reinvest in enhancing pupil-centred activities ”   

Mark Dolling, Strategic Development Director, eEnergy.