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Climate tech

Digital climate tech is emerging as a key enabler in the path to net zero and can deliver 15% of the emission reductions needed in the UK by 2030. Further our sector is playing a key role in helping others anticipate and manage unavoidable climate change. Our work shines a spotlight on the role of digital technologies in helping to respond to the climate crisis, and we work in partnership with both government and industry to help realise their potential.

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Climate, Environment and Sustainability

We believe that digital tech offers significant opportunities to support the net zero transition, climate adaptation and a heathy and clean environment. We also recognise our own climate and environmental impact, as well as the human rights risks in the tech supply chain, and work closely with members, government, regulators and stakeholders to try and address these and realise the positive benefits of digital tech to be realised as we transition to more sustainable systems and business models.

Data Centres

Data centres provide the core infrastructure that underpins all digital activity across government, business and community. techUK’s award-winning programme provides a collective voice for UK operators. We work with government to improve the business environment for our members. To date we’ve saved UK operators over £150M, alerted them to business risks, mitigated regulatory impacts and raised awareness, most recently negotiating key worker status for the sector. 

Smart Infrastructure and Systems

Our Smart Infrastructure and Systems Programme is the champion for smart infrastructure deployment and governance in the UK, and the economic and societal benefits that smart technologies can deliver. We focus on the innovative application of emerging technologies to traditional forms of infrastructure (such as mobility, energy, water, and the connected home), bringing expert communities together to consider how to reduce costs, increase efficiency and resilience, and deliver better performance.

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Susanne Baker

Susanne Baker

Associate Director, Climate, Environment and Sustainability , techUK

Lucas Banach

Lucas Banach

Programme Assistant, Data Centres, Climate, Environment & Sustainability, Market Access, techUK

Craig Melson

Craig Melson

Head of Digital Devices, Market Access, Environment and Sustainability , techUK

 

 

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Building the Smarter State - book now


techUK's flagship public services conference, Building the Smarter State 2021 takes place on 22 September, with bookings now open. techUK member tickets are available at a reduced rate, and the event is free to attend for public sector delegates.