Do you want to learn how battery storage technology can help your business save money? Learn from leading energy experts at two new Battery Storage Workshops (to be held at Lake Macquarie on 3 May and at Newcastle on 4 May).
The workshops are provided by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) and delivered by industry experts who will provide hands-on advice and coaching on how to adopt this new technology in your business.
OEH Executive Director, Ian Hunter said the workshops will be invaluable to local businesses.
“The Battery Storage Workshops help you understand and build a business case for investing in battery systems, assist in navigating potential risks and guide you through the many complex decisions when taking on board a new technology,” Ian said.
“The workshop is excellent value. It includes personalised, hands-on advice from industry leading trainers who offer customised analysis of your business site for solar PV and battery storage.
“With the industry experts on hand, you’ll benefit from workshopping project ideas and learn how to evaluate market offers and engage suppliers.
“The training starts with an online webinar where you’ll be asked to provide information about your specific business and site data which the course trainers then process ahead of the workshop.
“At the end of the workshop, participants can then apply for further post-training. This support is worth up to $3,000 but subsidised at only $300 and delivers one-on-one expert guidance to help you implement your energy efficiency opportunities.
The workshops are part of OEH’s commitment to providing businesses with courses that deliver relevant industry advice to help businesses decide if battery storage is right for their operations.”
IMAGE | OEH will run two workshops on the power of battery storage in the Lake Macquarie.
Working with the community, OEH cares for and protects NSW’s environment and heritage, which includes the natural environment, Aboriginal country, culture and heritage, and built heritage. OEH supports the community, business and government in protecting, strengthening and making the most of a healthy environment and economy in NSW.