The Gaeltel Net Zero Roadshow Comes to Glasgow
Gaeltel, the UK’s most innovative clean energy company, are bringing their Net Zero Roadshow to Glasgow on Thursday 25th August. Hosted at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Bellshill, they’ll be joined on the day by a panel of energy experts to talk attendees through the many different types of renewable energy solutions – and the positive impact each solution could have on the future of their businesses.
Although the event will focus on solar as a current hot topic, Gaeltel holds expertise across all energy-saving solutions creating tailored plans toward carbon neutrality for its clients and reducing costs for businesses nationwide.
Throughout the three-hour lunchtime event, attendees will learn how to create a Net Zero Business Roadmap, discover the power of Solar Solutions, and hear brilliant advice from leading industry experts.
Eddie Pellegrom, CEO of Gaeltel, said: “Our time together will be packed with great tips on how to help your business reach Net Zero. We’ve also gathered Scotland’s top green energy experts in one room for you to pick their brains, with a full panel of professionals ready to answer all your questions and pave the way to your Net Zero journey. Lunch is included and we will bookend the event with some all-important networking time.”
Professionals speaking at the event include: Ian Carstairs, Sustainability Team Leader at Scottish Enterprise; Garth Way, CEO of Biosus Energy Limited; and Beena Sharma, CEO of Imperium Experts Limited.
Carbon neutrality has never been more important for businesses. With the UK committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions to Net Zero by 2050, the time for UK businesses to act is now.
“Tackling climate change is our own, individual responsibility,” says Eddie. “The UK is aiming to be the leader of the Green Industrial Revolution, and to do this will mean introducing new laws in order to cut emissions by close to 80% over the next decade.
As a country, we’re looking to achieve the largest drop in greenhouse gas emissions of any major economy. This means that for businesses to remain compliant, business leaders need to be thinking about, planning, and starting their own journeys to Net Zero now.”