Bristol Green Capital Partnership community interest company (BGCP) is investing £45,000 in local ideas and projects.
Below are blogs from Go Green with top tips, advice and links to further information.
Some blogs are by guest authors from organisations across the region which highlight some of their own hints and tips and experiences that you can benefit from. Here is also where you will find latest news articles on upcoming events, reviews of events taken place and updates on the latest offers open to businesses to support them in their Go Green journey. The best way to maximise the benefits from these blog posts is to use them in conjunction with guidance from the Go Green Tool in order to complete your action plan.
Running in its 2nd year, Wates has launched a competition to identify and support innovative, market-ready, low carbon, sustainable products or technologies that can offer direct resource efficiency benefits to commercial buildings.
In 2017, the West of England enters into an exciting phase of devolution which will see the region gain greater local control over the way it is governed and resourced.
On the morning of Tuesday 28th March 2017, Go Green hosted the Exclusive Commuter Ferry Grand Launch in partnership with Bristol Ferry.
Clean and Cool is looking to find the UK’s best young cleantech and sustainability companies that are looking to grow faster.
Tickets for next week’s South West Fairtrade Business Awards ceremony have gone on sale as the full line-up of speakers is announced for the high-profile event.
As part of its #FossilFuelFreeCities campaign Velopost, the Bristol and Bath bicycle delivery service is offering new business customers a free trial of the service in March.
On Tuesday 21st of February 2017, Low Carbon South West were joined by HAB Housing and gcp Chartered Architects to host the February Low Carbon business breakfast.
Bristol-based ICU Charging Equipment installs first smart charger as part of pioneering project.
Business West want to hear about how ongoing uncertainty over Brexit is affecting your business and what impact the government’s proposed business rates hike may have.
This year’s Bristol Jazz & Blue’s Festival will be sponsored by Accountancy group Smith & Williamson and law firm Ashfords.