How wineries can become Net Zero

Australia is world-renowned for the quality and taste of its wine. How can wineries manage their electricity spending and achieve their net zero goals.

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Key speakers

Lauren Pearce

Lauren Pearce

Account Manager
Sydney Clarisse

Sydney Clarisse

Sales Manager
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Session Details

Date

13 October 2022

Time

11:00 am

Location

Online via Zoom

Key Points

Transition to Solar at least cost.

How does solar energy work? Identify effective power management solutions and what options work best for you.

Overview of Wine Production & Calendar.

Winemaking is a complex process with a specific annual management calendar based on weather conditions. Learn how vineyards can optimise energy and lower costs at every season of the wine aging process.

Advantages and opportunities of renewable energy.

There's so much potential to save money by using renewable energy. Find out real examples from real customers on what they've saved.

Summary of the current market and the energy crisis.

There's never been a more critical time to consider a change to solar energy. A combination of the rapidly rising electricity prices and the urgency to reach Net Zero speaks volumes about just how necessary this change is.

Key Speakers

Meet the speakers

Lauren Pearce

Lauren has more than 8 years of experience with Energy Action.

She specialises in local government council procurement, large manufacturing companies and logistics companies.

Sydney Clarisse

Sydney has over 22 years of experience in the energy industry.

He’s been with Energy Action for nearly 8 years, specialising in large multi-site clients for electricity & gas.

Can’t make it to the webinar? Register anyway, and we’ll send you the recording after.

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Why is climate change an ever increasing challenge for Vineyards?

The process and realisation of wine depends exclusively on the climate. Agricultural industries are at the frontline, feeling the impact caused by climate change, and we’re already starting to see the adverse effects that are being had on vineyards around the world.

Proof of this predicament is that French winemakers produced 29% less wine in 2021 than in 2020. This was mainly due to the various climatic changes in the area, such as spring frosts and intense summer rains.

For further reading, you can read our article on the trials facing this industry and how companies, together with Energy Action, can seek to combat these issues.

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