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Events

Marine South East to speak at Virtual Islands Summit, 10th September 2020, online

Marine South East will be one of a host of speakers presenting details of low-carbon energy systems ...

Webinar on Smart Grids and Island Energy Business Opportunities , 17th September 2020, online

Marine South East will be presenting at this online event to discuss the business opportunities for ...

Low Carbon Solent Project Virtual Launch, 22nd July 2020, 10.30-11.30 online

Greentech South will be hosting this Low Carbon Solent Project Virtual Launch event on Wednesday 22nd July 2020 from 10.30-11.30am.

Through this project SMEs will be able to access grant funding for low carbon innovation projects, postgraduate student projects and challenge led events.

The Low Carbon Solent project is being led by the University of Portsmouth, in collaboration with Greentech South and the University of Winchester.

The project aims to accelerate the creation, commercialisation and uptake of low carbon technologies in the Solent region and beyond and advance the development of a sustainable, low carbon economy.

The project will deliver a programme of innovation support and grant funding to SMEs to support research and innovation in low carbon technologies and solutions and promote their adoption. It will also host challenge-led events and facilitate access to postgraduate student projects.

To book your free ticket for the event please visit:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/low-carbon-solent-project-launch-tickets-110092591906?mc_cid=0e0ad49b19&mc_eid=ee99197af7

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Posted 2020-07-09 13:53:53

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