This year, SUSTx are bringing together 400+ sustainability and technology leaders to the QEII Centre, London on 12th October to drive conversation and learning around how organisations can accelerate the transition to net-zero with innovation and technology.

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Cross sector expertise

The SUSTx Technology stage will host over 30 experts from a range of sectors sharing knowledge and best practices on how tech and innovation are paving the road to net-zero. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Craig Melson, Associate Director Climate, Environment and Sustainability, techUK
  • Federico Tondi, Head of Technology Innovation, Shell Agile Hub
  • Claire Miller, Director of Technology & Innovation, Octopus Electric Vehicles
  • Geoff McKey, Group Corporate Affairs & Sustainability Director, BASF
  • Pernilla Bergmark, Principal Researcher ICT Sustainability Impacts, Ericsson
  • Michael Sheren, Senior Advisor, Bank of England
  • John Higgins CBE FBCS, President, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
  • Alastair Marke, Director-General, Blockchain and Climate Institute

...and more!

Must-see agenda

The agenda addresses a wide range of topic areas including AI, blockchain, data, cloud, fusion technology, the future of sustainability and technology and more.

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Network with senior delegates

SUSTx Technology attracts senior delegation from a range of private and public sector organisations including M&S, Jacobs, NatWest Group, Unilever, Rolls-Royce, Nestle and more.

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Would you like to do more to achieve your organisation’s net-zero goals? Why not find out more about the SUSTx Training Courses, Digital Webinar Series or the SUSTx Procurement Summit.

 


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By 2030, digital technology can cut global emissions by 15%. Cloud computing, 5G, AI and IoT have the potential to support dramatic reductions in carbon emissions in sectors such as transport, agriculture, and manufacturing. techUK is working to foster the right policy framework and leadership so we can all play our part. For more information on how techUK can support you, please visit our Climate Action Hub and click ‘contact us’.