Northern Ireland Sustainability Summit

Category: Conference

Join us at the 2024 Northern Ireland Sustainability Summit is being held in the TEC, Belfast on the 12th of September to hear from an impressive line-up of Sustainability leaders, academics and government agencies who will engage in a stimulating blend of keynote addresses and debates.

Creating an Innovative and Sustainable Manufacturing & Supply Chain Ecosystem

As Northern Ireland aims for a 100 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, it will be a centre of excellence for the net zero, green economy and it’s already established experience and technological skill will be vital in meeting these goals. Northern Ireland is also in a unique position in Europe due to the Windsor Framework and the reopening of Stormont.

The aim of the conference is to showcase such innovative approaches to disseminate the cutting-edge research that underpins them and highlight Northern Ireland’s enviable position as the bridge between the EU and Britain.

The conference will be of interest to senior management, organisations already practising sustainability and researchers, together with those that are looking to move into green energy or take the next step.

Businesses small and large from across Northern Ireland will gather to challenge political decision-makers to deliver a comprehensive sustainability plan. Delegates attending the conference will:

– Gain industry insights to help their business plan ahead
– Share good practice and learn from each other’s experience
– Connected with senior business leaders to find new opportunities
– Meet with key technology providers in the dedicated exhibition area

Key Topics included:

Energy, including wind, wave and solar, hydrogen, smart grids, water and waste management, recycling, climate technology and many more.

Location

Titanic Exhibition Centre
17 Queens Road Belfast BT3 9DU

Organizer

Premier Publishing and Events

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