18 April 2023
10:30 – 13:00 (optional 09:30 for site tour)
Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre, 8 Energy Way, Tyseley Energy Park, Birmingham B25 8FJ
Sustainability West Midlands and Energy Capital
This meeting of the Innovative Zero Carbon Working Group (IZCWG) is happening alongside the seventh Energy Capital Partnership Collaboration Day. It will look at decarbonisation of the power grid, clean tech innovation opportunities under the Innovation Accelerator programme, and funding opportunities from Innovate UK for Net Zero. There will also be more opportunity than usual for informal networking and discussion over lunch and hot desking.
We hope this will be a bigger than ever chance to make connections and explore potential collaboration opportunities.
09.30 – Tour of Tyesley Energy Park and the Climate Innovation Platform facilities (optional).
10.30 – Speakers.
11.30 – Discussion.
12.00 – Lunch.
13.00 – Official event close, but with opportunity for further networking and meetings into the afternoon.
You can book a hot-desk spot from 09.30 and after the event if you wish to work at BEIC on the day, or continue networking. Please fill out the Google Form now to register and book a hot desk!
- Dan Clarke – Energy Network Association
- Iain Mansell – Innovation Alliance
- Jenni McDonnell – Innovate UK KTN
We are hoping to confirm a final speaker – watch this space!
Public transport – the 60, X1 and X2 go from the city centre to near Haybarns Circus, from which it is a short but regrettably exciting walk to BEIC. Tyseley railway station is a 25 minute walk from BEIC, or a four minute cab ride.
Active – TEP can be easily reached from the city centre by following the Grand Union canal past Ackers Adventure by bicycle or scooter, and then turning left onto Millstream Way (a greenway). This takes you out to a slip road towards Veolia. Turn right towards Veolia, then next left to Tyseley Energy Park, and BEIC is the next left. Cyclestreets journey planner can help.
Driving – Firstly, use postcode B25 8DW. Do NOT follow google maps! It doesn’t yet show the new access road you will need to use. Use the map at the bottom of the BEIC webpage.
Sound good? Register your place.