A sustainable energy transition plan and roadmap has been developed to support Bowhill Engineering deliver its renewable energy strategy.
Initiative value was assessed relative to implementation cost, complexity and interdependency to optimise sequencing to maximise value/capital efficiency.
Implementation of stage 1 low-cost quick win initiatives provides early benefits and establishes hardware, processes and tools enabling delivery of the stage 2 higher complexity/cost strategic long-term value projects.
We have laid out a SET pathway that allows Bowhill to transition to sustainable energy in a cost effective, successful and profitable way.
Transition to a Community Energy model enables Bowhill Engineering to lead the provision of cheap renewable energy to the local community and economy, and further reduce broader energy emissions.
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