This Cranfield Sustainability Network debate will grapple with what a Net Zero economy will actually mean for the energy sector.
About this event
Industry professionals from the traditional energy sector and from the renewable energy sector will discuss and debate what the UK’s commitment to a Net Zero economy means for the energy sector, and the implications of these changes on how we live and work.
This event is open to Cranfield students, staff and faculty and external attendees with an interest in energy or sustainability in general. There will be refreshments and the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals after the talk.
Our speakers will offer their perspectives on what the UK's commitment to a Net Zero economy will mean for the energy sector, and the implications of these changes on how we live and work.
Nina Skorupska CBE
Chief Executive, The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology
More speakers to be announced...
Professor Phil Hart
Professor and Director of Energy and Power, Cranfield University
CMRI Gallery (building 38)
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