It’s long been famed for its leading role in the industrial revolution. But now Greater Manchester has set its sights on triggering a net zero revolution by hosting the second Decarbonisation Summit in June.
Last November saw the inaugural Decarbonisation Summit in Glasgow run parallel to COP26 organised by SSE Energy Solutions and Green.TV Media.
Now the event is coming to Manchester’s Science and Industry Museum on 7-8 June with the aim of firing up net zero collaboration between the public and private sector.
Covering topics such as solar energy, low emissions heating, plant-based diets, e-mobility and more, the Decarbonisation Summit will also bring together a forum of the UK’s leading ‘Green Mayors’. The idea is to identify practical opportunities for collaboration between city regions to accelerate net zero.
As well as a packed programme of panel and networking sessions there will also be exhibition spaces showcasing sustainable innovation for the planned 300 attendees.
The Decarbonisation Summit’s speaker video content will be available live and on-demand across the website, and via social media channels.