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South Wales Region Centenary Event - The next 100 years of energy generation, storage and usage

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Talk or debate
16 November 2021 18:00 - 21:00
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Description

Over the last one hundred years coalmining has played a pivotal role in sculpting our environment, industries and communities within South Wales. With the move towards generating our energy requirements from renewable sources and ultimately targeting carbon zero status has resulted in the generation of alternative energy generation solutions. Within this presentation an overview will be presented on our energy generation story so far then demonstrate the future that marine, wind and energy storage and combustion will play over our next 100 years of energy usage. 

18:00 Event Opens - Networking/Refreshments

18:30 Event Start - Welcome address by Dr. Jen Baxter.

18:40 - Presentations by Speakers 1 & 2

19:30 - Break - Refreshments / networking

19:50 - Event Resumes with Speakers 3 & 4.

20:30  - Q&A Session


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Speaker(s)

Jen Baxter, Former Chief Engineer, IMechE Ian Masters - Swansea University - The history on energy in Wales Mark Allmark - Cardiff University - Marine Energy Magnus Harrold - A review of wind energy generation Augustin Valera Medina - Cardiff University - Fuel Storage & Combustion

Address

Cardiff University
John Percival Building
Colum Rd,
Colum Drive
Cardiff
CF10 3EU
United Kingdom

Contact Details

South Wales Administration Team
United Kingdom
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Alternative contact Andrew Bayton
United Kingdom
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