Energy for the Future: Plugging the decline in energy supply, a gap too big?
CamAWiSE: 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
University of Cambridge
This panel discussion will ask: will an increased demand in energy and our limited resources lead to a critical point in the future of our energy? Is there indeed decline in supply, or is it 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 of innovation, use of traditional and renewable energy sources, and smart technology.
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Iman Hill (Previous post: Vice President Development and Production Africa, Sasol) Oil and gas sector
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
The event is supported by Energy@Cambridge
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