Energy Management Workshops Reducing Costs in Tourism Businesses

Struggling with managing your energy consumption and how to reduce costs now?

Fáilte Ireland invites you to attend a highly interactive, in-person workshop on how you can understand and reduce energy costs in your business.

This important 2 hour workshop will give you immediate actions you can implement alongside valuable tools to help you reduce your energy consumption and costs.

The workshop is available across a range of locations across the country throughout October and early November. Places are limited so REGISTER NOW to choose the time and location that best suits you (See list of all dates and locations below).

Please note: We strongly recommend you bring a copy of your most recent energy bills for your business (Electricity & Gas) with you on the day to ensure you get the most from the session.

What to expect

Part 1: Fast-track to understanding and reducing energy costs now

A highly practical presentation and demonstration from our Energy Expert that includes:

  • How to analyse your bill to better understand how much energy you use, when you use it, and where you use it
  • How to use this information to identify the priority areas to reduce consumption and costs
  • Recommendations on most critical low-cost and no-cost actions to implement now to reduce consumption, as well as practical ‘how-to’ guidance on calculating usage as well as a look at key case studies from other businesses

Part 2: Using the Fáilte Ireland Energy Management Guide

  • A comprehensive approach and toolkit for managing energy to help review the business’ energy consumption, identify actions, and implement cost reduction strategies.
  • Designed specifically to support you to further your cost management efforts in the months ahead.

Part 3: Applying Solutions for your business

  • A Q&A with our Energy Experts to have your questions answered.
  • Learn from other businesses similar to yours, sharing experiences, challenges and solutions.

Register

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