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Green Growth Digital Map

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The Green Growth Digital Map is a live tool with functionality for Midlands Engine partners to provide updates and new projects as and when they emerge, ensuring our showcase of regional green growth assets is always up to date.

Developed by the Midlands Engine Observatory, this interactive tool brings our region’s green growth assets to life–showcasing our region’s flagship projects, facilities and key industry leaders, as well as exemplar case studies from across the Midlands.

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Ten Point Plan for Green Growth in the Midlands Engine

Our Ten Point Plan for Green Growth in the Midlands Engine sets out, with a unified voice, the actions to be taken in partnership which will accelerate our region’s and the UK’s path to net zero.

Latest news

Solar panels | Powering energy security

Green Growth

Jun 18 2024

Loughborough University development to improve solar panel efficiency

A new development at Loughborough University could fix a “significant problem” within the solar panel industry.

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East Midlands Freeport Green Corridors

Transport

May 23 2024

Freeport East and East Midlands Freeport Sign Green Freight Corridor Initiative

Freeport East and East Midlands Freeport have announced a new partnership to support a green freight corridor that will help decarbonise transport and drive enhanced skills and employment initiatives along the length of one of the UK’s most important transportation routes.

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Martin Freer, ERA Director, and a panel of speakers at UK / EU Hydrogen Summit

Green Growth

May 13 2024

UK-EU Hydrogen Summit advances international Net Zero collaboration

The Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) and HyDEX recently held the UK EU Hydrogen Summit at the Institute for Mechanical Engineers  in London.

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