Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory

The green revolution is happening. It’s here to stay.

Come along and see how going green can benefit your business!

From reduced bills to innovtive new products and processes, going green can have serious tangible benefits.

Explore how the Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory (LCEI), a unique project delivered in partnership between Liverpool John Moores University, University of Liverpool and Lancaster University, can support the City Region’s SME community. Case studies will be present on the night. Register here

Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory (LCEI) is a project part-funded through European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and creates innovative low carbon goods, processes and services, developed through collaborative partnerships between local companies in the Liverpool City Region and University researchers, students and academic staff. It is a unique project delivered in partnership between Liverpool John Moores University, University of Liverpool and Lancaster University.

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.

The £70m ground-breaking scheme brings industry and academia together in a consortium made up of major glass manufacturers and universities, including Pilkington Glass, British Glass, and the Universities of Liverpool and Leeds - with the aim of putting the UK at the forefront of global glass manufacturing. In early 2018 St Helens was announced as…

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KCMC is hosted at the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI)

Would your business benefit from innovative changes to the way you do things, such as:

  • New manufacturing processes, or the improvement of existing ones, or
  • New products for existing markets and/or
  • New markets for existing products and/or
  • New products for new markets?

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