SICSA is pleased to be part of the ETP Emporium event, taking place next month at the University of Strathclyde.
The transition to a low carbon economy presents multi-disciplinary challenges which need collaboration across all sectors to resolve. It is crucial to ensure that society, as a whole, has access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy.
What are these challenges, and how do we organise ourselves to tackle them?
The Energy Innovation Emporium brings together the energy community to crystallise the benefits of a low-carbon future. By exploring the energy transition challenges, academia, industry and the public sector will identify avenues of innovation and cooperation that will define research and investment needs, and economic opportunities.
Confirmed Speakers include:
- Prof Sir Jim McDonald – Chair of ETP
- David Richardson – Innovation Lead for Energy Systems & Infrastructure, InnovateUK
- Jim Fleming – Head of Energy Theme, EPSRC
- Tim German – Senior Relationship Manager Government & Regulation, Energy Systems Catapult
- Alex Reid – Director of Engagement Scotland, Connected Places Catapult
- Tim Rotheray, Director, The Association for Decentralised Energy
For further information and to register for free, please visit: https://www.etpscotland.ac.uk/NewsandEvents/Events/ETPEneryInnovationEmporium2018.aspx
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