Driving Sustainability in Science Park Development
Join us on 7 June for an evening in the sun (hopefully!) at the Unity Campus, the new innovation district in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside. There’ll be short talks about the sustainability strategy for the campus and you’ll discover how Welch’s Transport is revolutionising last-mile deliveries with their cutting-edge net-zero service.
Using the campus as a case study, the evening will focus on the practical aspects of achieving net zero carbon in a science park environment. Local family-run Welch’s will bring a selection of lorries, from vintage to state of the art electric-powered, for you to explore. It’s a fantastic opportunity for budding engineers to indulge their curiosity and engage in hands-on lorry exploration! So, if you have any aspiring engineers in your midst, we encourage you to bring them along.
If you fancy an evening at the Unity Campus’ lovely piazza, meeting interesting people over a glass of wine, getting up close and personal with some haulage and discussing sustainability strategies, this is your chance!
5:30pm: Arrive – drinks, canapes and networking
6:00pm: Welcome from the Unity Campus
Developing a sustainability strategy for Unity Campus – Hilson Moran
Launching a net zero last mile delivery service for Cambridge – Welch’s Transport
7:00pm: Networking an optional tour of the Unity Campus
This is a free event, but places are limited so please book your place in advance.
EV charging will be available, and bikes can be secured in the bike racks in front of The Works. There is also ample car parking available. Directions to Unity Campus can be found here
Cambridge Network would like to thank the Unity Campus for giving us the opportunity to revisit their innovative space and we are delighted to collaborate with two of our esteemed members, including Welch’s Transport, to bring you this topical event.
The Unity Campus London Road Pampisford CB22 3FT
The Unity Campus