Distributed Energy Generation, 17 June 2015

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We're pleased to help promote a University of Nottingham event for EU Sustainable Energy Week (15 - 19 June 2015) organised by the Environmental Technology Centre. Distributed Energy Generation: Opportunities & Challenges

Wednesday 17th June 2015
Sir Colin Campbell Building, University of Nottingham Innovation Park (on the Jubilee Campus)
7:45 am start for breakfast and networking
With ageing power plants, sustained growth of renewables, the advent of technologies using hydrogen and huge pressures on sustainability (including decarbonisation of our power production systems) new opportunities and challenges are emerging. If you want to learn more about energy storage and deploying renewable energy, either for your business or as part of the renewables sector, then this event is for you.
  • To learn about energy storage and the role of hydrogen
  • To learn about different renewable technologies
  • The client perspective
  • Pros and cons
  • Funding
  • Connecting to the grid
  • Learn about the University's sustainability strategy (in terms of energy)
  • The logic behind the projects
  • How they were implemented
  • Discover how to engage and work with the University of Nottingham
  • Network, share ideas and information.
07:45 Registration and breakfast
08:45 Hydrogen & Energy Storage - Professor Gavin Walker (University of Nottingham)
09:15 Renewable Energy - Carl Benfield (Prescient Power)
09:45 Energy and Carbon Management at University - Martin Oakes and Tim Rudge (University of Nottingham Estate)
10:15 Q&A
10:30 Optional tour of the lab (register for lab tour)
This is a free event with online booking
Sir Colin Campbell building

Sir Colin Campbell building

University of Nottingham


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