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The Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy is running a series of free webinar meetings over the summer. Please join us!
We’re covering a range of different topics, all of which are relevant in our journey towards an energy future that is cleaner, greener, and more socially equitable than now.
Our speakers are drawn from academia and industry, and can give a fully rounded perspective on theory and practicality.
The webinars will comprise a short presentation from the speakers, and then a Q&A session.
The presentations will introduce the topic under discussion, highlighting key aspect and relevant issues, to help people learn more about the topic and what is currently underway in terms of active research and trials.
Registration via Eventbrite is free. After having registered, you will be sent the joining instructions, plus reminders when the event is about to start. The webinars will be run using Zoom.
Here are the webinars with links either to the booking page or the recorded video. All webinars occur between 11am to 12pm (UTC+1).
- Wed 24 June – Energy and the Literature of Moral Dilemmas with David Aberbach, Antonella Mazzone, and Helen Gavin (University of Oxford)
- Wed 08 July – Smart Local Energy Systems: social, technical and operational aspects with Sarah Darby & Scot Wheeler (University of Oxford) and Stevie Adams (Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks)
- Wed 15 July – Electric vehicles: broadening access and supporting electricity networks Sivapriya Mothilal Bhagavathy (University of Oxford) and Esther Dudek (EA Technology)
- Wed 05 August – Energy access versus reliability: opportunities and challenges in Sierra Leone Hindolo George-Williams & John Rhys (University of Oxford) and Kelcise Vidal Sesay (Sierra Leone Electricity and Water Regulatory Commission)
- Wed 19 August – Current challenges of renewable energy: integration in China with José Maria Valenzuela (University of Oxford) and Dr Hao Zhang (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
- Wed 02 September – Achieving Net Zero with Malcolm McCulloch (University of Oxford) and Eric Brown (Energy Systems Catapult)
- Wed 16 September – Energy efficiency in a post-lockdown world: Earthshot not Moonshot Nick Eyre (University of Oxford), Paul Massara (Member of the Government’s Committee on Fuel Poverty) and Andrew Wright (University of Durham)
- Wed 30 September – Seizing the opportunity to raise hydrocarbon taxation with Daniel Hardy (St Antony’s College, Oxford) and William Todts (Transport & Environment)
Please do register via Eventbrite so you receive the joining instructions.
Any questions? Please contact Helen Gavin: email@example.com