Fleetsolve was one of 12 Northern Powerhouse organisations invited by the Department for Business and Trade. It was the second consecutive year that we have taken part, and we were proud to represent Liverpool City Region and the UK’s wider renewable power sector.

Sharing best practice on estate-wide decarbonisation

Fleetsolve’s Marketing Director Andrew Colwell co-presented one of the Main Stage keynotes – with his talk focusing on the role that the integration of several renewable technologies can play in decarbonising buildings. Andrew shared key takeaways from one of our recent milestone projects – Erne Campus, Southwest college in Enniskillen. Having achieved BREEAM outstanding, nZEB and Passivhaus Premium status, Erne College truly is a best practice example.

With other presentations coming from Amazon Web Services, IBM consulting, University College, Dublin, EY Sustainability, National Express and Global Action, it was a valuable opportunity to keep up to speed with the major sustainability challenges facing Irish businesses today and beyond.

As an additional bonus to the Mission Program, on the evening proceeding the summit, we had the opportunity of holding a meeting with His Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Europe, Chris Barton – in advance of attending the official Trade Mission dinner with representatives from the embassy.

If you’d like to know more about how we’re helping Irish organisations decarbonise their estates, get in touch. Whether it’s a retrofit or new build project, we’d be delighted to advise on the most effective renewable solutions for your energy needs.