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Greater South East Net Zero Hub

The Greater South East Net Zero Hub works with public sector organisations, community enterprises and a wide range of stakeholders to develop and support the delivery of projects to accelerate the transition to Net Zero. The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is the Accountable Body for the Hub, and the Hub Board provides the strategic direction. 

There are five Local Net Zero Hubs across England set up by the UK government in 2018 and funded by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNEZ), all Hubs work together to help the UK reach Net Zero.

The Hub has a project portfolio that includes:
  • Technical assistance to develop investable Net Zero & local energy projects

  • Public sector estate decarbonisation

  • Delivery of domestic housing retrofit

  • Community energy

  • Strategic and research projects

  • Administration of the Local Energy Advice Demonstrators & Rural Community Energy Fund

  • Policy development

  • Knowledge transfer

Since 2018, the Net Zero Hubs have supported 200+ major net zero projects valued at over £4Bn including: 

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The Net Zero Hub is growing to meet the needs of our stakeholders and we are recruiting across all teams in the Hub. If you are passionate about making a difference and working to help reach Net Zero, take a look at our current vacancies.

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