This edition of the Innovative Low Carbon Working Group was broadcasted online via Zoom.
10 June 2021
10:00 – 12:30
Online, via Zoom
SWM in partnership with the Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands.
This workshop was for members of the Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands (IAWM) Innovative Low Carbon Working Group (ILCWG), as well as the wider IAWM ecosystem. If you wish to join the ILCWG, please get in touch (contact details below).
The Innovative Low Carbon Working Group (ILCWG) is run by SWM in partnership with the Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands (IAWM). It is a cross-sector network aiming to build and connect the innovative low carbon ecosystem of the West Midlands focusing especially on the WM Local Industrial Strategy sector strengths of low carbon technology, energy and clean growth, future mobility and sustainable construction. ILCWG meetings, run quarterly, aim to share information and good practice and catalyse new partnerships and collaborative activities that help to further develop innovation within and between the sectors outlined above.
Clare Ollerenshaw (Accelar & Chair of ILCWG)
Jo Leigh (Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022)
Chris Lane (Transport for West Midlands)
Georgina Morris (BEIS)
Devon Geary (Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands)
Pam Waddell OBE (Innovation Alliance for the West Midlands)
Nat Weaver (SWM)
Booking and further information
If you would like to become a member of any of these groups and to discuss your suitability of becoming part of the wider IAWM ecosystem, contact us at email@example.com or on 07599 658889 for more information.
- Introduction to Accelar (Clare Ollerenshaw)
- Birmingham Commonwealth Games sustainability priorities (Jo Leigh)
- Birmingham Commonwealth Games low carbon transport priorities (Chris Lane)
- Current funding opportunities (Georgina Morris)
- Elsewhere in the Innovation Alliance (Pam Waddell and Devon Geary)
- WM Net Zero Business Pledge (Nat Weaver)
- Meeting actions and Zoom chat highlights
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