• NEPIC Clean Growth Conference

    NEPIC Clean Growth Conference

    HM Government clearly has national aspirations for ‘Clean Growth’ and associated ‘Green Jobs’ but what does this mean for the chemical processing sector? During this wide-ranging event, we will look at green issues across energy generation, chemical processing, transport, and government policy & funding opportunities.

    Clean Growth is about protecting the environment whilst still allowing our industries to grow. We need to reduce the amount of CO2 being released into the atmosphere and recycle more of the plastics that are essential to modern living.

    This event will look at new methods of clean energy generation, storage and transportation and how they will impact on the future economy. We will examine industrial symbiosis, industrial bioprocessing and plastics recycling as ways of minimising industry’s impact on the environment. The significant plans for carbon capture and storage on Teesside will be presented, along with funding opportunities and the emerging government green policies.

    Join us live and online on Wednesday 9th June 2021 to better understand the significant implications for ‘Clean Growth’ in the North East of England and what this could mean to your business.

    Confirmed Speakers

    Energy from Waste – Suez
    How Energy from Waste can support clean growth and future opportunities to further reduce its impact.

    Net Zero Teesside – NZT
    An update on the project and the opportunities it presents for the region.

    Tees Valley Cluster Plan – TVCA
    What the cluster plan is and how this will benefit the region.

    Clean Growth Funding Opportunities – Jim Harvey,  Innovate UK
    An overview of the funding opportunities available to support innovation in Clean Growth

    UKRI Interdisciplinary Centre for Circular Chemical Economy – Libby Gibson, NIC3E
    An overview of the recently formed UKRI Interdisciplinary Centre for Circular Chemical Economy and how this will support Clean Growth

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