22 Oct. 2021. The Carbon Trust is holding an event, that will hopefully be of interest to PITA’s member organisations. We’ll be in touch regarding PITA’s contribution to the event (ie. showcasing your IEEA project) under separate cover soon.
Meeting the net zero challenge: bringing innovation to industry will be on the morning of 30 November and 1 December from 9:30 – 13:00. Through powerful key note speakers such as Mark Taylor, Deputy Director Energy Innovation at BEIS, expert panel discussions featuring industry leaders and case studies, attendees will:
• Understand the scope of the net zero challenge and the urgency for industry to meet it.
• Hear how adopting innovative technologies can bring step-change carbon and cost savings to businesses.
• Find out how corporations are overcoming the challenges faced when setting their own decarbonisation targets.
• Learn about the energy and cost savings achieved by the innovative demonstration projects supported through the first and second phases of the BEIS Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator (IEEA).
The projects supported to date through the IEEA have demonstrated real and significant savings in live production environments, sometimes up to 50 or even 80% of process energy use. Many of these technologies are now ready to be rolled out across industry, so we are keen to ensure all of the companies that could benefit are made aware of them.
We would be grateful if you could let relevant member organisations know about this exciting event. Please feel free to forward the attached invitation.
Alternatively, attendees can register directly using this link: Meeting the net zero challenge: bringing innovation to industry Tickets, Tue 30 Nov 2021 at 09:30 | Eventbrite
We’d like to hear from you!
If you would like further information on how to disseminate the results of the IEEA projects, or promote the new IEEA phase 3 which opened for applications earlier this month just let us know. We would be happy to discuss provision on collateral, or presentations at meetings/events, for example.
For further information on the IEEA, please visit, please visit our new IEEA website