The Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub (STBAH) in partnership with Low Carbon South West have put together a series of free low carbon workshops to provide initial entry points into the STBAH programme for relevant companies.

There will be a number of sector specific events taking place in Bristol and Bath over the coming months.

 

The first event will be Low Carbon Innovation in the Built Environment and will look at Themes, Trends and How to Get Funded.  It takes place on Thursday 14th June, at The Oak Space, Bristol, from 9am to 2pm starting with a breakfast, introduction, 2 speakers and a funding focused panel discussion, lunch will follow and then individual support meetings will take place. Register for your free space, via the Eventbrite page here.

The second event will be on Low Carbon Innovation in Energy Systems and it takes place on Thursday 12th July, at The Innovation Centre, Bath. Registration is open and free places can be secured via the Eventbrite page here.

Pete Keevill, part of the project team for the Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub, said;

“ These events will provide an initial entry point into the STBAH programme for relevant companies.  The STBAH offer free bespoke support packages to businesses working in sustainable technologies and the low carbon sector and can provide tailored support to businesses in the West of England to grow efficient and innovative practices.  For delegates the workshop programmes will provide 4 hours of support and a further 8 hours of individual, specific and free support can then be discussed.  These workshops offer a great opportunity for businesses or individuals to network with expert advisers and help them achieve their goals.”

Further events supporting other key sectors are planned, so if you are interested in receiving additional STBAH support either visit www.stbah.org or email the project team on STBAH-PMO@bath.ac.uk.

Forthcoming Sector workshops and dates:

Low Carbon Innovation in the Built Environment, 14th June 2018, The Oak Space, Bristol
Low Carbon Innovation in Energy Systems – 12th July 2018, Innovation Centre, Bath
Low Carbon Innovation in Plastics and Chemicals – October 2018, Bath
Low Carbon Innovation in Resources and the Circular Economy – November 2018, Bristol
Low Carbon Innovation in Transport & logistics – January 2019, Bath
Low Carbon Innovation in Aerospace and Advanced Engineering – February 2019, Bristol
Low Carbon Innovation in Manufacture & Robotics – March 2019, Bath
Low Carbon Innovation in the New Materials Engineering – April 2019, Bristol

Please visit the website for further information: www.stbah.org

Author: Matt Tudge