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The Trinidad and Tobago Green Building Council (TTGBC) in collaboration with the German Embassy will be hosting a Breakfast Seminar entitled “The Business Case For Sustainability, In An Energy Subsidized Economy”

By TTGBC,
Apr 27, 2016

The Trinidad and Tobago Green Building Council (TTGBC) in collaboration with the German Embassy will be hosting a Breakfast Seminar entitled “The Business Case For Sustainability, In An Energy Subsidized Economy” on Thursday 19th May at 8:00am at the Courtyard Marriott, Invaders Bay, Port Of Spain.

The seminar will feature Guest Speaker, Mr Glynn Morris, Energy Advisor - REETA (Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency technical Assistance) and the Honorable Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Planning & Development who will be delivering our opening address. This year's Breakfast Seminar aims to bring together key stakeholders within our public and private sectors to speak to the creation of business value either though the incorporation of sustainable solutions or identifying innovative methods or approaches to finance sustainability, which will help tackle and overcome the challenges which lie ahead in our country's future.

Breakfast and Registration starts at 7:00am and the Seminar from 8:00am. For members of the public and non-TTGBC members, the cost is $400. For our TTGBC members, the cost is $300. Click here to download a copy of the registration form, which can be completed and submitted to us via info@ttgbc.org.

We do look forward to seeing you there.

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