Westminster City Council: Climate Emergency Business Workshop – Energy Supply
Be part of the city’s response to climate change
The 60-minute sessions are hosted by Westminster City Council and will bring businesses together to identify opportunities to reduce or eliminate carbon emissions from commercial and domestic buildings, energy supply and transport, as well as identifying opportunities to reduce waste and use green spaces for carbon offsetting.
Tackling carbon emissions from energy in Westminster
The council has pledged to work with businesses, residents, policy makers and communities to tackle climate change and achieve net zero carbon emissions across the city by 2040. Westminster City Council are pleased to invite you to take part in a series of business workshops to help shape a Climate Emergency action plan for Westminster setting out the city’s pathway to achieving the ambitious target.
Reducing emissions at scale will require more use of non-fossil fuel sources for heating and power. This session will explore how we can ensure Westminster has the low carbon energy infrastructure and renewable energy it needs to support a growing economy and population.
The session will also cover changing technology including electric vehicles and enhanced cooling requirements.
The sessions will begin with a summary of the emission source and an overview of common barriers and opportunities. This will be followed by breakout sessions to discuss key challenges and local opportunities.
Find out more and register by clicking on the ‘Register Here’ button. Places for the sessions will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.