Free conference: Thursday 14 May 2020, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
You are invited to join industry leaders from the UK’s Energy sector at this One-day Clean Energy conference.
Through a series of stimulating talks, panel discussion and practical workshops, this event will be discussing Government targets, highlighting funding opportunities open to the Energy sector, and showcasing the latest innovative technologies and applications that are addressing the greatest energy challenges of our time.
Harwell is an international science and innovation campus and home to the £74million Faraday Institution which sits at the heart of the EnergyTec Cluster, a group of ~35 organisations employing ~900 people all working on exciting ‘next generation’ solutions. As a UK asset Harwell is home to £2billion of national labs including the UK’s synchrotron The Diamond Light Source, as well as major growth clusters for Space and Health. With ~6,000 people working across 250 commercial, public and academic organisations Harwell is a driving force within the Government’s Industrial Strategy plans.
10.00-10.30: Arrival and Registration
Register for the conference
10.30-11.30: Speaker Session: Energy Landscape, Government Challenges and Commercial Opportunities
Introduction Emma Southwell-Sander
Speakers: Professor John Loughhead BEIS, Barbara Ghinelli Harwell Campus, Umerah Akram London Stock Exchange, SSE
11.30-11.45: Coffee Break and Networking
11.45-12.30: Panel Discussion with Q&A: How Cross Sector and Multi-Sector Collaboration Will Grow the UK’s Energy Capabilities. Chaired by Ian Ellerington; Faraday Institution. Beverly Gower Jones; BEIS Energy Fund, Alison Kennedy; Hartree Digital, STFC, Suzanne Ellis; Johnson Matthey
12:15-12:30: Closing Remarks (Showcase) Emma Southwell-Sander
12:30-13:30: Networking Lunch New Visitor Centre
13:30-15:30: Cluster Showcase: Collaboration Opportunities. EnergyTec Cluster, HealthTec, Space & Digital Cluster's crossover into Energy
Showcase; Ricardo, Siemens, Reaction Engines, KTN-Innovate, Diamond, Energy Catapult, Oxford Nanosystems, Enersys, Plasma App, UKERC, STFC B4I, Hartree AI, Qdot, Wood Group, i-EM, SiHealth, Oxford City Council, Spottit, Oxford GreenTech, Cambridge Clean Tech, Fuel Cell Systems, Set Squared, PlasmaApp, SSE, UKAEA, Archangel, Subtera, Royal Society of Cryogenics, ISIS, CLF