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EIC News

12 APR 2022


Join us for special online events on Net Zero roads and opportunity for offshore wind

Green Infrastructure Week is now less than two weeks away.

Highlighting the technology and approaches that will deliver some of our biggest gains in our transition to Net Zero, the week delivers insight and commentary for the whole ecosystem of people and organisations involved in the design and delivery of green infrastructure – everyone from public and private sector clients, through to developers and investors.

EIC – along with sister organisation the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) and its magazine Infrastructure Intelligence – are a partner for the week and will be hosting a number of free-to-attend online events, including a webinar on Net Zero roads with National Highways, and a keynote session on the opportunity for offshore wind.

Webinar: Net Zero roads – Wednesday 27 April at 12.00pm
Chaired by Andy Bell (Ramboll and chair of ACE’s transport group), the panel also features Tim Chapman (Arup), Angela Halliwell (National Highways), and Andrew Weaver (Copper Consultancy). Together they will explore how we can deliver Net Zero Roads. Book your free place now.

Webinar: Making the most of offshore wind – Friday 29 April at 9.00am
Chaired by editor Andy Walker (Infrastructure Intelligence), the discussion will focus on the opportunity for offshore wind, given a huge boost following the publication of the Government’s Energy Strategy. Joining your chair, Infrastructure Intelligence editor Andy Walker, is Lorna Bennet (Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult), Jamie Gordon (BECG), James Theobalds (Arup), and Louise Thibierge (Blue Gem Wind).  Book your free place now.

As well as EIC and ACE, Green Infrastructure Week brings together 16 other organisations, with a number of events taking place online. Browse their website for additional free-to-attend webinars and keynotes on carbon capture and storage, EV vehicles, green finance and investment, nuclear energy, bioenergy, and hydrogen.

EIC member AECOM is the principal sponsor for the week.