About The Webinar

The education sector has been set the deadline of 2030 to become NetZero. Whilst there may be challenges to achieve this, the goal is to ultimately safeguard our children’s future by protecting our planet. Our partners at eEnergy, who have recently announced their agreement with NatWest to provide £40 million of project funding for the public sector, already have supported over 1000 successful projects with schools and are here to start you on your journey to decarbonisation too.

Joining us is Paula Malone, Climate Action Advisor at Let’s Go Zero – the national campaign uniting teachers, pupils, parents and their schools as they all work together to be zero carbon. With nearly 3,000 schools across the UK signed up, the campaign is pledging to work towards a more sustainable future while calling for much-needed government support to help all schools reach their zero carbon goals. We’re delighted to have Paula joining us alongside Mark Dolling, to bring you an information and advisory packed webinar.

Learn more about DfE guidance, how you can apply for funding support, the importance of thinking energy efficient and how eEnergy can accelerate your journey.

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.

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Thursday 23rd May, 2024

10am – 11am

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