Businesses and homeowners invited to come clean at Electric Corby’s Energy Open Day
Electric Corby are offering both businesses and homeowners the chance to find out how to save money through reducing energy bills at their Open Day on the 25th March.
The Open Day will allow both businesses and homeowners to discover innovative new solutions for saving and in some cases, making money, including roof top solar solutions, energy monitoring services, low energy lighting and green energy options.
The event will feature some well-known businesses, such as Mitsubishi, Nissan and BMW, the latter of which will be offering the chance to test drive a BMW i8 as seen on the recent series of Top Gear.
Some of the Corby-based businesses exhibiting include solar specialists, Marlec, energy efficient lighting company Wolbu and utility business, Utility Bidder.
The programme for the day will see Electric Corby and their partners present their energy saving offers to local businesses between 8am and 10am. The exhibition for business solutions will run from 11am until 7pm, whilst homeowners are invited to come along between 3pm and 7pm to discover potential ways to reduce home energy bills.
It is not all about saving money though. The event will allow attendees to discover cutting edge products and services, build networks with like-minded forward thinkers and become part of Corby’s growing Cleantech movements.
Nick Bolton, Co-Founder of Electric Corby said, “We are excited to invite both the business community and local residents to come along and find out exactly what Electric Corby can do to help save money, whilst reducing energy consumption. We have been working on several interesting projects over the last few years to help place Corby as a future-focused location and an event like this will enable us to showcase exactly how that can benefit members of the public.”
“Over the past year alone, we have been able to support more than 300 Corby based businesses, whilst also creating more than 15 jobs and we have helped 27% of Corby homeowners save money through switching energy suppliers. But there is still more that we can do and we hope this Open Day gives us the platform to offer more support.”
More than 50 people are already registered to attend the breakfast seminar and exhibition.
The event will be taking place at Electric Corby’s CleanTech Hub located at the Corby Enterprise Centre.