MAKING AN IMPACT IN CLACKMANNANSHIRE
Our first Clackmannanshire 12-Month Accelerator Programme Cohort is set to launch in early 2024.
The Accelerator 2.0 Programme is designed to help SMEs get started on their Net Zero journey efficiently, cost effectively – and as part of a group of like-minded businesses to share learning, progress and best practice.
Just 10 places are available on this Cohort:
get in touch to find out more, and secure yours.
BEGINS EARLY 2024
Organisational Buy-In & Engagement
Appointment of Executive Stakeholder, Accelerator Lead, Finance Lead & Communications Lead
Attendance by at least 1 team member
at 9 Sessions (Hybrid)
Active Carbon Measuring
Commitment to the United Nation's
Race to Zero Initiative
3 - 4 hours per month to implement
Access to Carbon Accountancy Software
Expert advice, learning & help to plan.
Exclusive monthly webinars.
Compliance with Legislative and Environmental, Social Governance requirements for tenders and regulated suppliers
Validation of adherence to the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) protocol.
Full accreditation to UK government SECR reporting and PPN/0621 public sector standards.
Local Connections & Publicity
Net Zero Nation's Accelerator Programme is your opportunity to achieve accreditation, credible planning, and a cost-effective route to compliance and carbon reduction.
Immediate Carbon Accountancy Software Access
Independent SECR Compliant Report
Expert advice, learning & help to plan
Certificate of Completion
Up to 10 Cohort Members across various sectors
What does the Accelerator Programme Involve?
Taking place as a series of Hybrid Events, virtually and within Clackmannanshire, each Cohort includes up to 10 members from a variety of different sectors and organisations of varying size.
All Cohort Members will have a presence in Clackmannanshire, enabling a local ecosystem and creating the opportunity to strengthen both your business network and facilitate change in your community.
The Clackmannanshire Accelerator Programme is delivered in partnership with Ceteris.
Shipping & Transport
Food & Drink
Clothing & Craft
More Wins based on
More Funding and
Attracting future workforce
Standard Legislation NHS PPN 06/21
Tangible Progress to retain contracts
Evidence based, validated plan
Local based supply chain
East Ayrshire (3)
South of Scotland
East Ayrshire (2)
Many of our cohorts are fully or partially funded by local authorities and bodies such as the European Marine Energy Centre and Island Centre for Net Zero. We’re also proud to partner with organisations who provide hosting space for our events.
We’d be delighted to chat more about opportunities in your area;