We are excited to invite you to our first collaboration with the Oxford Energy Society!
In this talk we will be analyzing how we can transform our energy paradigm to solve the energy crisis.
Our speakers span different sectors in the fields of renewable energy and will give their perspectives on how to tackle the energy crisis: how can we provide reliable and cheap energy without destroying the environment?
Date: Wednesday 21st February
Venue: Beckitt Room, Geography Department
South Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3QY
The talks will be followed by a panel discussion and the evening will leave time for a networking and drinks reception, together with pizza!
As always, this event is free and everyone is welcome!
About the speakers:
Professor Bill David FRS
STC Senior Fellow
ISIS Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Discovery and development of ammonia storage materials for energy transport
Dr Nina Skorupska CBE
CEO of Renewable Energy Association, representing British renewable energy producers
Transport for London boardmember
Dr Richard Kembleton
Fusion Systems Modeller
Culham Centre for Fusion Energy
About the Oxford Energy Society:
The Oxford Energy Society is a vibrant student-run society which primarily acts to organise events relevant to the matters surrounding energy and climate change. As the only student society in Oxford dedicated to all energy areas, we endeavour to provide a platform for all points of view with the aim of stimulating discussion and broadening knowledge. We run many activities throughout the year including site visits, sponsors events, workshops and our popular weekly talks. Our talks have featured a range of speakers from academics, journalists, industry experts and CEOs of top energy companies. These talks are held every Wednesday during term time and are followed by drinks and nibbles with the speaker.
To learn more visit our website: http://energysoc.org/