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Learn How to Manage Climate Change

Organised by the British Plastics Federation Energy, a full-day seminar that will look at managing your Climate Change Agreement is set to take place on 13 April 2016 at the offices of Squire Patton Boggs in the heart of Birmingham.
Managing your CCA – TP2 and Beyond will include a recap of the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme and will explore its compliance and reporting. Delegates will also benefit from sessions on energy efficiency and compressed air during the morning. There will also be the opportunity to attend small break-out sessions on energy management, site assessment and compliance in the afternoon. Delegates who have specific questions or need guidance on their CCA can book 121 sessions with the experts too.
To provide a comprehensive overview of the CCA that is useful to delegates, the event will feature expert speakers from within BPF Energy as well as from external expert energy gurus.

This seminar is aimed at CCA representatives as well as employees who wish to learn more about their company’s CCA. In addition to presentations throughout the day, the event gives attendees the valuable opportunity to enjoy cost-effective networking with their industry peers.
The event costs £25 plus VAT to attend.

Picture: A seminar on climate change agreement is being organised by BPF Energy for April

 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis

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