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Kings Langley energy company, RES, supports 'green' travel at BigHertsBigIdeas Network Event
A leading renewable energy company based in Kings Langley showed their support for sustainable travel at a network event on Wednesday.
Renewable Energy Systems (RES) hosted the BigHertsBigIdeas Network Event which aimed to promote sustainable travel in the workplace.
A seminar organised by Stephen Lloyd Jones, Business Coordinator at Hertfordshire County Council, took place at RES’ Headquarters in Kings Langley.
The seminar, which was organised as part of the BigHertsBigIdeas project, aimed to advise and support large employers in more sustainable travel options including cycling to work and ‘LiftSharing.’
LiftShare week took place between October 7 and October 11 at RES, which is a scheme that encouraged employees to share a car when commuting to work to reduce the number of cars, cut employee’s petrol costs, and in turn encouraged sustainable travel in the workplace.
Rachel Shore, BigHertsBigIdeas Network Event host and employee at RES, said: "It’s great that Hertfordshire County Council has brought together a number of local operators and businesses on one site, for us to share ideas and join forces on the real priorities affecting travel patterns in our area. RES were more than happy to host this event, as its through communication and collaboration that we can focus on the key travel issues, and work together to improve the facilities available to all of our employees."
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