Illuminating the Future (Goleuo'r Dyfodol) - Low Carbon Energy Seminar

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Seminar
13 November 2014 09:00 - 17:00
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Description

This day long seminar will explore the low carbon opportunities for our future energy needs.
Speakers from different fields of energy production will describe their vision and technological developments supporting a sustainable low carbon economy.

More details and to book can be found at http://www.theiet.org/events/local/206088.cfm
(please use this link to book your place on this free seminar)

Lunch and refreshments will be provided as well as ample opportunities to ask questions and debate the issues raised. The event is a joint venture with The IET, IMechE, The Nuclear Institute and the Energy Island project which is a venture by the Welsh Government.
The day will be chaired by Dr Tim Fox who is head of Environment and Energy at the IIMechE. Also speaking will be John Earp who is an independent  Nuclear Consultant and is a trustee of The Nuclear Institute, he will speak on Small Modular Reactors. There will also be a session on renewable energy which will include topics such as Solar PV's, offshore marine turbines and wind turbines. In addition, a representative from Horizon Nuclear Power who, with Hitachi, are building the new Boiling Water Reactor at Wylfa on Anglesey. The "Energy Island" project will be discussed by Dr John Idris Jones from Anglesey County Council and the renewable energy will be facilitated by  Dr Timothy Stone who is the former global head of infrastructure at KPMG and Senior Advisor to the Secretary of State within DECC providing expert advice on new nuclear development in the UK.  He will deliver a talk outlining the Government’s strategy for future energy requirements and be available to network and facilitate talks throughout the day. 

Event details can be found on the attached poster
ILLUMINATING THE FUTURE

Speaker(s)

Various speakers will be presenting as part of this day long event

Address

Bangor University
Reichel Site
Ffriddoedd Road
Bangor
LL57 2TR
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Gareth Jones
01248 714473United Kingdom
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Alternative contact Nikki Barker
07767 477171
Redacre Consulting LtdUnited Kingdom
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