Innovation Zero is a two-day climate and clean tech congress taking place at the London Olympia on 24 and 25 May 2023, here’s what you should you expect to see.
Innovation Zero, also known as The International Clean Tech Congress, is scheduled to take place later this week from 24 to 25 May. The event aims to facilitate partnerships, collaborations, and deal-making between developers and producers of low carbon solutions and entities interested in deploying or funding such solutions. Serving as an annual meeting point, Innovation Zero focuses on connecting individuals and organisations involved in the transition to a low carbon economy.
With over 200 providers showcasing their low carbon solutions and more than 300 speakers sharing their expertise, the event expects to attract over 7,000 attendees. The historic Olympia venue in London will host this gathering.
The congress has received endorsement from UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and features a diverse range of speakers, including government officials such as Secretary of State Kemi Badenoch, Minister of State for Energy Security and Net Zero Graham Stuart, and leader of the net zero review, Chris Skidmore.
Private companies, including Virgin Atlantic, HSBC, Uber, and Coca-Cola, are expected to participate in the event, along with technology and service providers that support the low carbon transition.
Innovation Zero aims to expedite the commercialisation of solutions for the urgent decarbonisation of the economy and society. It seeks to connect firms developing forward-thinking low carbon solutions with funding, expertise, and customers to facilitate rapid growth.
The Sustainable Future News team will be on-site at the event to gather insights and perspectives from those actively involved in the low carbon transition.
What do we hope to learn?
The event is taking place at a pivotal moment, coinciding with a period of high living and energy costs. With uncertainty ahead, the team here at Sustainable Future News want to understand how governments and companies plan to implement clean technologies to achieve net zero emissions while dealing with economic headwinds and investments in UK-based oil and gas.
We’re interested in strategies that strike a balance between reducing carbon emissions and sustaining the economy.
We are also eager to get together with those working in the sustainability space to explore the challenges and opportunities in the field and get a glimpse of the future in the green revolution.
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