18 November 2021
Coventry & Warwickshire Green Business
This webinar will illuminate the backdrop against which SMEs are striving to deliver on their sustainability objectives, whilst demonstrating the support available to meet those objectives.
Dr Jonathan Radcliffe, Reader in Energy Systems and Policy, University of Birmingham, will provide an overview of how energy technology innovation can impact SME energy performance, within a challenging and evolving policy landscape.
The SME guest speaker will give their experience of working successfully with the University’s SME business support programmes to achieve sustainability.
Through a range of case studies, attendees will learn how the University of Birmingham and the Green Business programme are helping SMEs to reach their sustainability goals by innovating in energy technologies, materials and adopting advanced manufacturing techniques.
:How are energy technologies enabling SMEs to meet the challenge laid down by national and local policy?
Speaker: Dr Jonathan Radcliffe, Reader in Energy Systems and Policy, University of Birmingham
: An SME’s Perspective
Hear from a business that has benefited from the University of Birmingham’s support in delivering their sustainability goals in identifying waste and cutting costs.
Speaker: Shaun Sookoo, CEO, Winny’s Kitchen
: Innovation, development and adoption of zero carbon energy technologies – ATETA Programme
: Transforming waste streams and alternative innovative materials – ARLI Programme
: Improving products and processes.
Materials evaluation to support sustainable product and process development – AMCASH Programme
Solving manufacturing challenges and adopting advanced manufacturing techniques – AMTECAA Programme
: Breakout session:
Intro – Poll, incl Questions for discussion
: Breakout session groups & networking
: Breakout feedback
: Panel Q&A
: Green Business Programme Overview
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