Head to Walsall Football Club on Tuesday 6 February for a free workshop on how your business can work towards net zero.
The net zero workshop is for Black Country SMEs. It will provide advice and guidance for businesses on energy costs, decarbonisation and energy efficiency. You can also find out about a £35m grant fund for investments that reduce energy use.
Opportunities through carbon emission savings
The Black Country Industrial Cluster hosting the event This is a not-for-profit collaboration of over 3,500 energy-intensive manufacturing businesses across the West Midlands. It aims to reduce industrial carbon emissions in the region by 1.3 mega tonnes over the next ten years. This free net zero workshop is part of that strategy.
Matthew Rhodes [pictured] is director of the Black Country Industrial Cluster. He said: “We will discuss the opportunities the transition to net zero presents for Black Country businesses. We aim to continue to bring inward investment to the region, share best practice with our members, advocate at a local and national level, and provide businesses with access to specialist energy engineering knowledge and support.”
For further information on climate resilience for your business, visit our net zero page.
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