Capitalising on Low Carbon Technologies – accessing research and development
This Knowledge Exchange Wales business breakfast event will offer Welsh businesses the opportunity to learn about the Low Carbon Research Institute which has been established to unite and promote the diverse range of energy research in Wales, in order to deliver a low carbon future.
There will also be a case study of Ultra-Efficient Lighting collaboration between academia and industry in South Wales, and the Carbon Trust will introduce the new ‘Entrepreneurs Fast Track’ service and explain how clean tech ventures can access a customised package of Research and development grant funding.
Date: Tuesday 26th October
Time: 8.30am until 10.30am
Venue: The Village Hotel, Swansea
Knowledge Exchange Wales (KEW) – a collaboration between Swansea and Bangor Universities – offers specialist expertise and facilities to industry. It is the first network in Wales to be a member of Global Connect, giving members a platform on which to develop international collaborations. (For further information visit www.kewales.com.)
This event’s key speakers include:
Dr Ian Masters, Low Carbon Research Institute, Swansea University
Gareth Jones, Managing Director, LUX-TSI Ltd
Karen Griffiths, Insights and Innovations Manager, Carbon Trust
Jamie Watkins, CEO, Rumm
There will be a panel of experts in the field of low carbon technology available to answer any queries and as always, there will be opportunities to network with likeminded companies and meet project managers who can help with your particular business problems.
The event is free of charge and breakfast will be provided. For further information or to register your attendance, please contact 01792 606060 or email email@example.com.