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Building Upgrade Finance Industry Briefing

WHEN:
Monday 25 June
Time:
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Topic:
Business
Type:
Information session
Audience:
Business
Cost:
FREE
Bookings:
Required
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Please join the Southern Adelaide Economic Development Board at this upcoming Building Upgrade Finance (BUF) Scheme information session for suppliers.


Keynote speaker

Fairlie Delbridge


Panel discussion

Richard Turner – Zen Energy

Rebecca Peacock – Sustainability specialist

Nick Leaver - South Adelaide Economic Development Board

Aaron Hickman – Nexgen Construction Specialists


The BUF scheme is a loan mechanism designed to unlock investment by offering business owners the opportunity to access long-term fixed-interest finance for environmental upgrades and heritage work to the buildings they own, occupy or operate out of. Eligible buildings must be at least two years old and have prior assessment and finance approval to apply for this scheme.

Derived by the Southern Adelaide Economic Development Board meeting in November 2017, this initiative aligns with the board’s priorities to support businesses to adapt to climate change and reduce reliance on the national electricity grid. As well as aligning the Council’s approach to support businesses to invest and grow, as well as its commitment to environmental sustainability.


Contacts

Business / Organisation Name:
City of Adelaide
Telephone:
08 8203 7701

Location


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