Path to Zero Carbon Knowledge Exchange Programme

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A series of six online workshops to help you become a zero-carbon business, available to SMEs and other organisations based in the South East and East of England*

The University of East London are hosting a series of workshops to support SMEs, charities and enterprises in their path to zero carbon. The programme consists of six online workshops of and include presentations, discussions and networking. This hands-on event will provide you with the opportunity to:

  • understand your organisation’s carbon emissions and learn how to monitor them
  • write a zero-carbon policy
  • develop a strategic approach
  • draft an action plan
  • get buy-in within your organisation
  • find funding

There will be opportunities to network with other local professionals that are also working towards reducing their carbon emissions. Finally, a one-to-one support session with one of our experts will be provided for free. These events will take place over 6 days between 13 and 22 July.

The Path to Zero Carbon series is funded through the South East New Energy (SENE) and Eastern New Energy (ENE) project and is available for free to eligible local organisations in the South East and East of England.

To register your interest and find out if your organisation is eligible, please contact

The SENE and ENE projects have received funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. For more information visit

*South East encompasses the local authority areas of East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock. Eastern encompasses Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Lincolnshire and Rutland, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and the Uttlesford region of Essex.

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