Low Carbon and Renewable Energy NewsKent Environment Strategy Conference 2021 We are delighted to invite you to our annual conference on Tuesday 2nd November This year we have a range of speakers exploring the key themes of COP26 and celebrating the progress we...
As the world gears up for COP26 in Glasgow in November, the 100% electric and emission-free Carbon Battle Bus has been touring the UK and most recently stopped off at the University of Kent’s Canterbury campus to raise awareness of support available to businesses to make this transition to net zero.
The STAR2Cs project, led by Kent County Council, unites 8 partners from the UK, France, Belgium and the Netherlands who are working to increase our resilience to climate change.
We are looking for business support for LoCASE in the SELEP project area. This requirement is for Business Support Advisory Services within Growth Environment and Transport Directorate at Kent County Council.
Kent County Council has been unanimously voted winners of the Delivering Clean Growth category at the President of the Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning and Transport (ADEPT) Awards.
Further to the successful approval of the LoCASE Project, Kent County Council have completed a recruitment process for an increased number of staff.
Further to the successful approval of the Low Carbon Across the South & East (LoCASE) Project, Kent County Council will be recruiting a number of staff to work on this project.
Low Carbon and Renewable Energy News LoCASE Can Continue to 2023! Following the continued success of LoCASE delivery across the South East LEP area, MHCLG has given the Whitehall rubber stamp to a follow-on programme until the Spring of 2023. The first phase...
Kent County Council strives to support economic growth whilst protecting and enhancing our natural and historic environment.
Kent businesses can apply to trial an electric vehicle for up to two months to see how the switch to electric could benefit their business and Kent’s environment.
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