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Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering
Energy for the Future:
Plugging the decline in energy supply, a gap too big?
Thursday 21st May 2015, 7:00 – 9:30pm
Lecture Theatre, Trinity Hall College, University of Cambridge
This panel discussion will ask: if an increased demand in energy and our limited resources will lead to a critical point in the future of our energy. Is there indeed decline in supply, or a question of an increase in global demand. Can we predict the future of energy and bring it to those who need it? The discussion will highlight the issues through; innovation, use of traditional and renewable energy sources, as well as smart technology.
Iman Hill (Previous post: Vice President Development and Production Africa, Sasol)
Professor Jenny Nelson (Imperial College London) Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy
Professor Clare Grey (University of Cambridge) Energy Storage, Steering Committee of Energy@Cambridge
Professor Sir Brian Heap Smart Villages: Off-Grid Communities in Developing Countries
|7:00 - 7:30pm||Registration|
|7:30 - 7:40pm||Welcome|
|7:40 - 8:35pm||Panel discussion|
|8:35 - 9:00pm||Q&A|
|9:00 - 9:30pm||Networking|
All welcome. Please register for this event.
This event is supported by Energy@Cambridge.
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