Businesses large and small are facing unprecedented challenges in the current crisis, especially as they seek to drive or play a part within a green recovery – whether it’s to reduce energy costs, develop new energy technologies, making energy efficiency savings or exploring emergent market opportunities within the fast moving energy sector.
This interactive webinar will explore these challenges and how working with Cranfield University can be a way to access funds, staff and research facilities that will solve the challenges you face.
The webinar will include a Q&A session at the end of the session, so bring along your questions for our research team and guest speakers, and we will show you how we can help.
Professor Phil Hart, Director of Energy and Power, Cranfield University
Dr Sandra Messenger, Knowledge Exchange Manager, Cranfield University
Richard Cook, Business Development Manager, SEMLEP
Kamran Hussein, Knowledge Transfer Advisor, KTN
Julian Bowrey, Regional Manager, Innovate UK
Who should attend
This webinar will be of interest to anyone involved in the areas of energy, power, net zero or sustainability seeking high value innovation paths, and of particular interest to some of the following more specific roles and functions;
- Engineering managers tasked with R&D,
- Technical leaders looking for high value ways of implementing R&D,
- Sustainability managers,
- HR professionals seeking novel ways to leverage teams,
- Company leaders and board members looking to enhance and maximise R&D investments,
- Those working in R&D and innovation.