Past Events

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  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    23 January 2014 18:00 to 20:00
    Renold Building - Manchester
    Hosted by the ICE - This lecture will discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with meeting the requirements of the Energy Policy in the UK, discussing where we are now, the impact of emissions, resilience, demand and supply, and the impact of human behaviour on the countries energy needs.
    Industry: Renewable energy
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    21 January 2014 18:00 to 20:30
    University of Bolton - Bolton
    IMechE Power Industries Division North West Centre is excited to bring you a technical lecture on solar power - photovoltaics and new technologies. For those of you who work in or are interested in the solar power industry please come along to this free technical lecture. Located at the University of Bolton, Deane Road, Bolton, BL3 5AB, Deane Suite Lecture Theatre F2-008.
    Industry: Renewable energy
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    10 December 2013 18:00 to 20:00
    John Dalton Building East Room E419 - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester
    The Paisley Canal Electrification project and some of the technical challenges will be presented by Babcock Rail.
    Industry: Railway
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    10 December 2013 18:00 to 20:00
    2013 JIG annual lecture - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester
    This presentation will provide an overview of the Nemo Link interconnector system between Kent, UK and Zeebrugge, Belgium.
    Industry: Renewable energy
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    08 October 2013 18:00 to 20:30
    John Dalton Building East Room E419 - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester
    UK and EU policy on climate change mitigation is driving an increase in the proportion of UK electricity supply derived from renewable energy sources. When the proportion of renewables increases in the generation mix, additional measures such as energy storage will be needed to maintain a safe and efficient balance between electricity supply and demand on the nation’s power system. This presentation will describe a novel form of electricity storage, based on the use of cryogenic technology.
    Industry: Energy transfer & thermofluid mechanics
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