Green Power Forum

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The Green Power Forum is a UK group created by companies in the renewable energy sector to assist organisations and businesses in becoming more energy efficient.

Organization[edit]

The Green Power Forum hosts conferences aiming to advise on the financial benefits of renewable technologies, government legislation, products, and technologies.[1][2] Delegates attend from sectors including construction, facilities managers, energy managers, engineers and architects.[3] The first conference was held in Liverpool in October 2009.

The chairman of GPF is Mark McManus,[4] the managing director of heat pump specialist Stiebel Eltron UK. Other members of the Green Power Board include North West Energy Support Agency, Envirolink Northwest, underfloor heating supplier Nu-Heat, sustainable energy consultants and installers ISO Energy UK and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Climate Change Northwest". 
  2. ^ "InvestWirral.Com". 
  3. ^ "findtheneedle.co.uk". 
  4. ^ "Liverpool Daily Post". 
  5. ^ "Conference aims to pump up the volume, ‘Liverpool Daily Post’ July 09". 

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