ECCC and the transition to a low carbon economy<br />
ECCC Vision<br />VIDEO<br />Tobecome a world leader in supporting the innovative ideas and solutions that will help create...
Executive and Postgraduate Education<br />Co-ordinating expert training and education for decision makers, business leader...
Low Carbon Business Innovation Centre<br />Working with and supporting Scottish businesses to develop innovative products ...
Low Carbon Hub<br /><ul><li>Bringing together academics, policy makers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors;
facilitating knowledge-exchange & co-operation.
brokering events, round table discussions and debates;
 connecting low carbon networks  - local and global.</li></ul>www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
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Presentation on the Edinburgh Centre for Climate Change given by Jim Hart, ECCC (http://www.climatechangecentre.org.uk/) at the JISC GECO/STEEV Green Energy Tech Event (#e3vis) on Thursday 13th October 2011.

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  • The Centre has three core functions: 1. BusinessInnovation Centre: working with and supporting SME’s to develop innovative products and services that will help Scotland, Europe and countries globally achieve economically viable reductions in carbon emissions. 2. Executive and Postgraduate Education: co-ordinating expert training and education for decision makers, business leaders and innovators. To equip them with the skills required to succeed in the low carbon economy. 3. Low Carbon Hub: the ECCC is a physical space bringing together academics, policy makers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors; facilitating knowledge-exchange, co-operation and joint action towards delivering a low carbon future.
  • Edinburgh Centre for Climate Change - Jim Hart, ECCC (http://www.climatechangecentre.org.uk/)

    1. 1. ECCC and the transition to a low carbon economy<br />
    2. 2. ECCC Vision<br />VIDEO<br />Tobecome a world leader in supporting the innovative ideas and solutions that will help create a low carbon future.<br />Brings together academics, policy makers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors. <br />www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
    3. 3. Executive and Postgraduate Education<br />Co-ordinating expert training and education for decision makers, business leaders and innovators. <br />www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
    4. 4. Low Carbon Business Innovation Centre<br />Working with and supporting Scottish businesses to develop innovative products and services.<br />www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
    5. 5. Low Carbon Hub<br /><ul><li>Bringing together academics, policy makers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and investors;
    6. 6. facilitating knowledge-exchange & co-operation.
    7. 7. brokering events, round table discussions and debates;
    8. 8. connecting low carbon networks - local and global.</li></ul>www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
    9. 9. Low Carbon Opportunities<br />Energy Manufacturing<br /> Transport Land Use <br /> Technology<br /> Built Environment <br /> ICT<br /> Construction <br />Infrastructure<br />Innovation & Growth<br />Streamlining & Cost-cutting<br />Training & Education<br />Funding & Investment<br />Networks, Links & Collaborations<br />Regulation & Compliance<br />www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
    10. 10. It’s not just the technologies…<br /><ul><li> Finance, legal, procurement issues
    11. 11. Smart Cities
    12. 12. Sustainable Building Refurbishment
    13. 13. Occupant behaviour
    14. 14. Carbon management and finance
    15. 15. Data – management, privacy, cooperation</li></ul>www.edinburghcentre.org<br />
    16. 16. Thanks:<br />Jim Hart, Business Manager<br />j.hart@napier.ac.uk<br />www.edinburghcentre.org<br />

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