- Tuesday 20th October 2020
- Zoom Online
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has advised that delivering the UK’s net-zero economy demands bold and brave policy developments. Many national plans and policies still ‘lack a basic acknowledgement of long term climate change’, or make a passing mention but have no associated actions to reduce risk. This includes aspects of agriculture, the natural environment, health, other infrastructure sectors and business.
This session is open to all and invites speakers from academia to discuss the ways in which research can inform policy, and why policy, regulation and markets are important for Smart Local Energy Systems.
There will be the opportunity for questions and discussion following on from the presentations.
- Karen Turner, Director of the Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde
- Rebecca Ford, Research Director of the UK’s Energy Revolution Research Consortium (EnergyREV), University of Strathclyde
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About our Centre for Energy
The Newcastle University Centre for Research Excellence in Energy unites our academics and researchers across disciplines and faculties to tackle the global need for a rapid transition to clean affordable energy. We are taking a leading research role in this area exploring the technical, economic, health and societal opportunities and threats energy brings. We explore the prospects for innovation, skills and industry as well as the potentials of enablement for green growth and deliverable solutions for Net Zero. The Centre is led by Dr Sara Walker, Reader in Energy at Newcastle University and Director of the EPSRC National Centre for Energy Systems Integration.
- Dr Sara Walker, lead for our Centre for Energy
- EPSRC National Centre for Energy Systems Integration
- Supergen Energy Networks Hub