100% Renewables Renewable Energy Strategy product offer

| May 12, 2019

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The development of your Renewable Energy Strategy is our core product offer. This video shows the process of how we create your strategy, based on stakeholder engagement, site visits and identifying energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities. You can add short, medium and long term Action Plans to your strategy, which will provide you with a pathway to ambitious but achievable carbon reduction targets.

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Torishima Energy Systems Ltd.

Torishima Energy Systems was founded on the 1st January 2013 with the view to design and build bespoke energy systems that can either “recycle energy” or create more “energy efficient” solutions for high energy consumers. By introducing these bespoke energy systems we aim to help reduce the carbon footprint that is a growing problem in the world today.

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Torishima Energy Systems was founded on the 1st January 2013 with the view to design and build bespoke energy systems that can either “recycle energy” or create more “energy efficient” solutions for high energy consumers. By introducing these bespoke energy systems we aim to help reduce the carbon footprint that is a growing problem in the world today.

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