GreenHospitality.ie is running a series of FREE Focus on Energy Workshops during March across the country.
The workshops will cover Good Practice, Avoiding lighting upgrade quick-rich-schemes, Explaining Energy Credits and how can you get paid for them, Understanding energy consumption and procurement advice.
Most of the country is covered with workshops in Limerick (7th), Galway (8th), Sligo (15th), Letterkenny (16th), Kilkenny (28th), Tullamore (29th) and Dublin (30th)
With energy prices appearing to plateau, managing and reducing consumption is vital over the next few years or costs could soar. These ½ day workshops (9.00am to 1.00pm) will provide delegates with current good advice and show them what they need to be doing if they want to manage energy costs better.
Attendance is free but you need to make a booking – click here
The GreenHospitality.ie Programme (GHP.ie) is the Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Resource for Sustainable and Responsible Tourism in Ireland.
GHP.ie provides Resource Efficiency Advice, Support and Consulting to the Hotel, Tourism & Hospitality sector across Ireland. GHP.ie also offers an environmental certification programme which is the only Irish developed certification standard for the whole hospitality sector.
Resource Efficiency leads to reduced costs across the Energy, Water and Waste areas within a business. GHP.ie has particular expertise in these areas and is confident that it can assist any business in reducing their costs.
Hotels, Tourism and Hospitality businesses can engage with GHP.ie at any support level - be it Energy management, site visit reviews, training, workshops/Master Classes, benchmarking, etc. Whatever your need - engage with us.
Certification is an optional choice for businesses, many larger hospitality businesses - especially hotels - are finding that their customers and business clients are expecting them to have programmes in place.
GreenHospitality.ie Eco-label and Awards are recognised both nationally and internationally as standards that allow members achieve good environmental performance and allow visitors to choose "Greener" hospitality businesses knowing that defined criteria are being implemented and monitored.
Hotels CSR Mark of Good Practice
GHP.ie is developing this mark to bring together under one identity the environmental, employee and community activities hotels are engaged in. This CSR Mark of Good Practice will single out those hotels that are leaders within the sector and their communities and will enable them to promote their hotel to businesses across Ireland and Internationally who adopt CSR as a business requirement from their suppliers.