The Primary Objective of Sustainable Futures for Enterprise Centres (SFEC) is to initiate a replicable model of learning that enables enterprise centre managers, tenant businesses and learners to adopt sustainable and responsible business practices.

The project focuses on the dimensions of sustainable practice such as: sustainable buildings (NZEB), energy and resource efficiency, sustainable eco-systems, collective action and will assist the participant cohort in developing practices that will make a transformative contribution to addressing climate challenges.

Together the partners have collected 50+ inspirational case studies and best practice examples of how enterprise centres and hubs along with other public buildings are implementing or have already implemented innovative, sustainable and climate change programmes reducing their carbon footprint, improving their environmental practices and future proofing the infrastructure of their buildings.

The ambition of the partners in publishing these case studies is to, educate and upskill stakeholders – including the management, teams and boards of directors, operational staff, community leaders and community enterprise centre volunteers – in the enterprise centre and hub sector right across the EU.

Take a look on our website to view our inspiring case studies and to learn more!

Digital Technology
for Business Centres

Energy & Resource Efficiency

Sustainable Ecosystems
& Collective Action

Sustainable Futures for Business Centres

Sustainable Infrastructure Buildings