Low Carbon Hub supporting local businesses
Liverpool’s Universities are making major commitments to supporting the growth of the City Region’s burgeoning low carbon economy supported by finance from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The Low Carbon Innovation Hub (LoC) at John Moores University is creating innovative low carbon goods, stuff processes and services, sovaldi sale developed through partnerships between local companies in Merseyside and University researchers.
Project Leader for LoC, sick Paul Dixon explained;
“Our aim is to work with local SMEs on an individual basis in order to identify opportunities for low carbon development which will ultimately bring about economic and environmental benefits for businesses and the community. “
LoC is located within the Built Environment and Sustainable Technologies Institute of Liverpool John Moores University and is funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
Paul Dixon added;
“We don’t need a monetary investment from the companies that we work with. Our role is to advise them and to help with applications for low carbon development funding where necessary.”
In this way, LoC is providing access to cutting-edge exploitable assets and expertise, giving local SMEs a significant competitive advantage in areas such as;
- Low Carbon Planning
- Sustainable Asset Management
- Energy Efficiency/Management
- Renewable Management
- Waste Management/Recycling
- Renewable Energy from Waste Systems
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