The Green Port Business Support Team, Team Humber Marine Alliance along with teams from the University of Hull have created a collaborative working environment, building a business community to make the most of opportunities within the renewable and environmental technology sectors, helping to establish the region as a leading centre for renewable energy.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Green Port Business Support Team provides continual support to assist businesses to raise their aspirations and supply chain opportunities. Offering a personal tailored service, businesses are assisted in their development and growth plans whether it is through information on sector developments and opportunities, facilitating business connections or access to financial assistance. As independent key account managers we support businesses to improve their competitiveness by making opportunities visible, accessible and winnable.
Team Humber Marine Alliance is a dynamic not for profit, member owned business development organisation, focused on revitalising the â€œBlue Economyâ€ especially the Marine, Maritime and Offshore sectors, integral to the offshore wind supply chain and the port activities within the Humber. With collaboration at its heart it works closely with key regional, national, international, industrial, governmental and educational organisations, benefitting the local economy.
The University of Hull’s Aura Team works in partnership with the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult (ORE Catapult) to establish the Humber as the place to collaborate in operations and maintenance for the offshore wind industry.
Encouraging SMEs to innovate, think and operate differently to support the low carbon energy supply chain. Supporting research development and innovation, industry engagement and enterprise and the talent pipeline.
" We are pleased that we will be moving into the ergo centre in the new year, giving us an accessible base to continue our work in supporting regional businesses and promoting supply chain opportunities across the renewable sectors."