Students from three separate vocational courses at Cornwall College have demonstrated their skills of working as sustainable energy consultants when they made presentations to local businesses. Over the last term 42 students have been working with Fugro-Seacore Ltd in Falmouth, Adelaide Stores in Tolvaddon and Potager Garden in Constantine to analyse energy consumption and investigate renewable technology opportunities. The weeks of research were put to the test recently as the groups of students pitched their recommendations to their business clients. …READ MORE »
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