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GreenClub launches environmental survey

12.36pm 30th June 2021 - Management Topics

GreenClub has launched a survey which tackles the subject of environmental issues with a view to better understanding the general thinking on the topic of renewable energy at golf and leisure facilities.

The company – a principal partner of the PGA – is committed to improving sustainability at golf venues and beyond. And the objective continues to gather pace on several fronts, most notably with its recent appointment as consultants for London Golf Club as part of a major revamp of the Kent club’s overall environmental strategy. 

While London Golf Club has set out ambitious plans to achieve carbon neutrality, GreenClub is keen to test the water among other clubs and venues around the UK, and has launched the survey to gauge the views of the wider industry.

Participants will be entered into a draw to win two places to join the GreenClub team at the PGA Lunch on Friday, December 17, 2021, at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

GreenClub chief executive Liam Greasley said: “We’re hoping we can tap into the vast knowledge of the golf family and better understand some of the priorities and challenges everyone is facing within the industry. It’s about having some useful data at our disposal but we’re keen to help in any way we can to help golf venues achieve their energy goals.”    

GreenClub enables golf and leisure facilities to identify realistic and achievable climate change goals. Through a consultative and collaborative process – helping to future-proof the business by adopting sustainable working practises and renewable energy generation options, which can reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.

As well as using GreenClub’s consultation services to assess current and future needs of any business as they seek to reduce their carbon emissions, venues can also make huge reductions on their energy bills and also potentially become generators of their own green renewable energy with solar installations. In some cases, any surplus energy can then be sold to the local market, rather than back to the grid. 

To take part in the survey, please click this link

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