Welcome to Green Element Monthly (February 2016)
Welcome to the February edition of Green Element Monthly. In this catch up we will help you understand what the latest legal challenges there are for you. We have an interesting article on P272: New balancing and settlement legislation for electricity meters – what you need to do and when? (please if you need any help on this do talk to us – it is important). If you would like to talk to our MD about any of the articles or just want a chat; you can access his diary for a 20 minute chat here.
We’d also love to hear from you if you have anything you would like to contribute to future editions and please do let us know what you think! We have written a number of case studies for our own internal use on all of our clients if you are one of them and would like to be featured please contact us here.
We finish up with a video of a gentleman from Israel that has just completed a final round of funding for his ‘Cardboard’ Bike. Amazing stuff – It’s cheap ($20), eco-friendly and, most importantly, it’s waterproof.
On a separate note our MD Will Richardson is speaking at Norton Rose on the new Sustainable Development Goals set in New York on the back of COP 21. If you would like to attend please do contact us here.
Wishing you all a great February,
The Green Element Team
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