Innovative Low Carbon Working Group meeting – 10/9/19

Date

10 September 2019

Time

13:00 – 17:00 (tour 13:00 – 13:45 / main meeting 14:00 – 17:00)

Location

Ricoh UK Products Ltd, Priorslee, Telford, TF2 9NS
Walking and cycling details from Telford Central station, including a map, can be downloaded here.

Organisers

SWM in partnership with the Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands and hosted by Ricoh Products PLC.

Audience

This workshop is for members of the Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands (IAWM) Innovative Low Carbon Working Group (ILCWG).  If you wish to join the ILCWG, please get in touch (contact details below).

The event

Every quarter, SWM runs the ILCWG in partnership with the IAWM.  The Group brings together a cross-sectoral audience whose organisations focus on low carbon innovation, especially implementing activity around sustainable construction, energy storage and systems and next generation transport.  The Group shares good practice and, critically, helps members to identify opportunities to collaborate on new or existing projects.

Notes and presentations from previous meetings can be found on our Resources page.  Scroll down to find the IAWM or Birmingham Science City ‘Ideas for Life’ logos.

Booking and further information

Please register here. Registration closes on 6 September at 5pm. Registration is for both the tour and the main meeting; the tour will start at 1pm so if you do not arrive at reception by then please go straight to the main meeting room as indicated by reception.

The site requires that you let us know whether you’re driving to the meeting so we can reserve parking. Please contact me if you plan on driving to the meeting.

If you would like to become a member of the ILCWG and to discuss your suitability of becoming part of the wider IAWM, contact us at enquiries@swm.org.uk or on 0121 237 5890 for more information.

Agenda

To follow soon. Hosts Ricoh will be speaking, along with colleagues from the WM Air initiative.

Data Protection

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Any individual who objects to their contact details being obtained by SWM will, therefore, not be contacted and their details will not be stored.

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