Innovation: The mechanism behind your low carbon solution

Innovation: The mechanism behind your low carbon solution
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Comments (16)
Suzanne Jones
Programme Supervisor
National Measurement Office

Very interesting workshop covering how we really deal with sustainability, changing behaviour and the uk culture. Excellent presenters with good advise and real experience of sustainability projects.

Gary James
Director of Informatics
Lincolnshire Teaching PCT

Hadn't considered HEI in this role though have KTPs in the other fields, so helpful insight.

David Taylor
Senior EHO
Harlow Council

Interesting insight in to the work of Bangor.

Ian Davis
Senior Building Surveyor
North Hertfordshire Council

Interesting view of the role of universities in development of technologies and training.

Alan Asbury
Sustainability Team Manager
Aylesbury Vale District Council

Some interesting thoughts re: collaboration

Robert Johnson
Assistant Directorate Manager
Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Raises the thought of whether we could work in collaboration with an HEI.

Jon Hastings
Communications & Engagement Manager
Haringey Council

Very interesting overview of power station scheme, and some very good questions and answers.

Dave Mobbs
Project Manager for Regeneration and Asset Management
Liverpool Mutual Homes

All universities should operate in this way.

Lucy Wills
We All Reuse

Slightly narrow view of the green concepts of Whyfa, enjoyed the second exercise, but word have liked more of an insight into the results. Case study highly informative. Great examples of HEI and commercial sector working together, and resulting projects /products. Needed more re the management and processes of HEI/commercial/local authority partnerships

Jack Patel
Building Services Engineer
North Hertfordshire Council

People, Planet & Prosperity - I found the effective changes required for reducing carbon, revolve around the three P's in your presentation. How do we change People? Education for all!

Rob Gibson
Head of Environmental Strategy
London Borough of Hounslow Council

Good for some but not for us.

Chris Moorhouse
Energy Team Manager
Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing

Interesting joint project and outcomes.

Mathieu Mazenod
Climate Change Programme Manager
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council

Interactive: nice, very specific on nuclear plant.

Gareth Jones
Project Manager

SME's working with universities is a good pathway to innovation but cost is often a barrier, especially for very small businesses or single entrepreneurs.

Jeung Lee
Planning and Operations Research Officer
Brunel University

It was very helpful to have detailed information on case studies.

Therese Maguire
Planning Officer
London Borough of Bexley

Interesting points raised.

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