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Battery Storage for Business Training

Interested in finding out if you can save money through investment in battery storage? Want to know what all the hype is about and be armed with the facts? Want to access up to $3,000 of post training support for just $300? Then this event, run by the NSW Government Office of Environment and Heritage, is for you!

The training is held over two days

  • Part 1: Webinar Monday 3, April 9am – 1pm  (venue – your computer)  
  • Part 2: Half day workshop Tuesday, 9 May (The Byron at Byron, 77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay)

Cost: An amazing discounted rate of $200 – this course is subsided by Office of Environment and Heritage

Register: Register here. Hurry, spaces are limited!

Training Overview

The course will run over two half days and is delivered in two parts.  The first is a webinar, meaning you can participate from your computer. The second is a half day workshop in Byron Bay will be held at The Byron at Byron, 77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay.

Expert trainers will work with you to look at your particular situation and evaluate opportunities for saving energy and money with battery storage. By the end of this training you will have an understanding of whether battery storage can work for your business and a set of next steps.

Once you have completed the course you will be eligible, for a limited time only, for discounted one-on-one expert guidance to implement the next steps – support can include such things as evaluation of proposals from suppliers/installers or technical support before and during installation.

Learning outcomes 

  • Understand how battery storage systems work
  • Perform a risk and mitigation analysis
  • Review your electrical system, usage and define your objectives and targets
  • Use tools to review the cost modelling for battery storage and establish what variables may affect viability at your site.

Who should attend

Business, facility and sustainability managers of all levels are encouraged to attend, however a basic knowledge of energy is assumed (e.g. how to read a commercial energy bill). Businesses are encouraged to have explored energy efficiency upgrades prior to attending this course.

More info

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