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Clean Futures Catalyst, Networking Event: ‘Power & Energy’


17 April 2024


08:00 – 10:00


Very Light Rail National Innovation Centre, Dudley


Clean Futures Catalyst

Clean Futures BCIMO

The Event

‘Power & Energy’ is the second in the new bi-monthly series of Clean Futures Catalyst networking events…

  • 08:00 – 08:30. Registration, Coffee and Networking
  • 08:30 – 08:35. Welcome and Housekeeping

– Helena Davies, Events Manager

  • 08:35 – 08:45. Introduction to BCIMO and the Clean Futures Programme

– Olivia Brown, Operations and Marketing Manager

  • 08:45 – 08:55. Renewable Energy

– Lee Tapping, MD, Maisum Renewable Energy

  • 08:55 – 09:15. Business Introductions
  • 09:15 – 10:00. Networking
What is it about?

‘Power & Energy’ is the second in the new bi-monthly series of Clean Futures Catalyst networking events, launched following the first hugely successful ‘Business Loves the Planet’ networking event.

​Delivered as part of the ‘Future Fuels’ challenge theme, the networking event will explore the broader discussion of how we successfully transition away from fossil fuels toward alternative and renewable energy sources, which is absolutely essential to the regional and national decarbonisation agenda and achieving our global net zero targets.

Who should attend?

The networking events are designed to enhance connection and collaboration between businesses who are already – or would like to find out more about – working in the ‘green’ innovation sectors.

For attendees with a focused interest in future fuels for the transport sector, the networking will be followed by a Catalyst best practice workshop, entitled ‘Fast Track to Future Fuels’. For information on this click here.

What are the details?

The agenda will include presentations from BCIMO and guest speaker, Lee Tapping – Managing Director of Maisum Renewable Energy, and will include plenty of opportunities to meet and chat with other businesses alongside the BCIMO team.

To find out more about the Clean Futures programme and how it can help you and your business, please contact info@bcimo.co.uk.

To register for any of the other Clean Futures Catalyst events, please visit the Eventbrite collection.

What is the Clean Futures Catalyst?

The Clean Futures Catalyst, part of the Clean Futures programme, aims to support transport-related businesses in the West Midlands, through an extensive programme of free networking events, best practice visits, workshops and webinars.

The Catalyst was officially launched by Clean Futures project partner, Coventry University, on the 28 February.

Both Coventry University the Black Country Innovative Manufacturing Organisation (BCIMO), will be hosting Catalyst events, with the overall aim of developing a West Midlands based Clean Futures Ecosystem.


Sound good? Register your place.

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