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Energy and Renewable Technologies - Opportunities & Challenges

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CAMBRIDGE SCIENCE PARK in collaboration with CAMBRIDGE CLEANTECH

Energy and Renewable Technologies – Opportunities & Challenges

17 September 2019, 9:45h – 17:30h | The Bradfield Centre, Science Park, Milton Rd, Cambridge CB4 0GA

Join us for the first of a series of events to explore the global supply and demand for innovation in energy & renewable technologies as well as to showcase Cambridge’s expertise in the research, development and commercialisation of energy & renewable technologies.

The Cambridge Science Park is exploring the feasibility of establishing an Energy & Renewal Technologies Centre on the Park. The aim is to co-locate companies developing related technologies under one roof where they can share facilities, knowledge and best practice. Evidence is being gathered to support the case for this facility on the Park.




AGENDA

9.45 - Welcome and Introduction - Jeannette Walker, Host and Director, Cambridge Science Park

Martin Garratt, Conference Chairman and CEO, Cambridge Cleantech


Keynote Session

10:00 - Overview of Global Opportunities & Challenges in Energy and Renewable Technologies -

Prof. John French, Executive Director - University of Cambridge, Institute for Sustainability Leadership


An Insight into Leading-Edge Energy Storage - A Showcase from Cambridge and Beyond

10.30 - Innovate UK - Dr Anna Wise TBC

10.45 - Leading Edge Battery Research - Prof. Clare Grey, Department of Chemistry - University of Cambridge

11.00 - The View from Industry - John Gourd, Director, Johnson Matthey

11.10 - Break

11.30 - Ricardo - Tim Jameson, Engineering Manager, Batteries, Electronics & Software

12.00 - Talga Technologies Ltd - Dr. Sai Shivareddy, Battery Programme Director

12.10 - Echion Technologies Ltd - Jean De La Verpillière, CEO TBC

12.20 - Zinergy UK Ltd - Prof. Pritesh Hiralal, Co-founder & CEO

12.30 - CamPower - Saikat Gosh, Founder

12.40 - University Spinout - Simon Engle, CEO TBC

12.50 - Lunch

Novel renewable energy sources & management

13.50 - Materials Science - Prof. Manish Chhowalla, University of Cambridge

14.00 - Hydrogen: Riversimple - Hugo Spowers, Chief Engineer & Founder

14.10 - Hydrogen: Lucideon - Prof. Xiang Zhang

14.20 - Vibration: 8Power - Paul Egan, CEO TBC

14.30 - Building integrated PV: Polysolar - Hamish Watson, CEO

14.40 - Ground source heat energy: Arriba Technologies - Steve Connolly, CEO

14.50 - Kinetic: Pavegen - Craig Webster, CTO TBC

15.00 - Break

15.20 - Energy storage: DZP Technologies -Dr. Zlatka Stoeva, Managing Director

15.30 - Energy management: Origami Energy - Peter Bance, CEO TBC

15.40 - Energy management: Upside Energy - Graham Oakes, Founder TBC

15.50 - Energy management: Green Energy Options - Simon Hughes, Chief Commercial Operator or Patrick Caiger Smith CEO TBC

Investment and Finale – Using Less Energy

16.00 - Investing for Energy Renewables and Storage - Victor Christou, CEO, Cambridge Investment Capital

16.10 - But we Should Just Use Less Energy - Kristen Selwood, Campaign Manager, ARM TBC

16.30 - PANEL: TTP/CCL/Dassault/ CIC - Chris Hole TTP, Cambridge Consultants, Dassault, Cambridge Investment Capital

17.30 - End


You can download the agenda here



Cambridge Science Park is a 52-acre site and home to over 120 businesses ranging from spin-outs from the University of Cambridge to multinational companies seeking access to the brightest graduates and entrepreneurs from Cambridge’s diverse talent pool. Established by Trinity College in 1970, the Cambridge Science Park has played a pivotal role in the “Cambridge Phenomenon” and is now in its next phase of development to offer greater facilities where technologies company can thrive. www.cambridgesciencepark.co.uk

Cambridge Cleantech is the members’ organisation connecting people for a smarter, more sustainable future and supporting the growth of environmental goods and services or “cleantech” companies in Greater Cambridge and beyond. You can join Cambridge Cleantech here.

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