2018 saw a significant step-change in Keele’s sustainability commitment by them being one of the first universities to declare a ‘climate change emergency’ and set the ambitious target to be fully carbon neutral by 2030. The university recognised that to achieve this challenging target would need significant investment and the support of experienced partners.
Zero carbon renewable energy generation is a key element of the university’s roadmap to net zero carbon by 2030. Developed and delivered as a major project within the SEND programme,
Equans have been selected to help Keele University meet their zero carbon ambitions and support the research and development of renewable energy solutions