Low Carbon Innovation in Resources and the Circular Economy
Join us for the third workshop in our series of sector specific workshop programmes where expert speakers from the circular economy will offer advice and discuss case studies.
Do you have an idea for implementing sustainable resource systems?
Would you like advice on how to fund innovation within the circular economy?
Do you want support to develop or improve current practices in resource usage?
Register your interest for what promises to be an interesting and engaging workshop on a very popular subject from experts in this field.
The key speaker will be Prof. Geoff Hammond, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath. His research interests are mainly concerned with the technology assessment of energy (including bioenergy and biofuel) systems, using methods derived from the engineering and environmental sciences (such as carbon and environmental footprinting, environmental life-cycle assessment, risk assessment, and thermodynamic analysis). There will also be a funding panel discussion.
Date: Thursday 22nd November 2018
Time: 9am - 12.30pm (followed by lunch and networking until 2pm)
Venue: The Create Centre, Bristol
After the main workshop, there will be an opportunity to stay for a networking lunch from 12.30pm - 2pm where you can discuss specific points and the option for tailored 1-2-1 sessions for further information about the support available through the STBAH programme.
Breakfast will be available during registration and a lunch buffet will be provided.
Express your interest in a free place by registering below
This event is part of a free-to-access support package available to businesses working in sustainable technologies and the low carbon sector through the Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub and can provide tailored support to your business to grow efficient and innovative practices.
Once you have attended this event you may be able to access additional bespoke support to help your business progress new ideas, projects, services or products in the low carbon economy - visit www.stbah.org to find out more.
This event is the third in a series for the Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub investigating the support and options for innovation within the low carbon sector, economy and sustainable technologies which is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.