Feb 16, 2017
from 05:00 PM to 08:00 PM
|Where||Shell Centre 4 York Road, London SE1 7NA|
|Contact Name||Antoine Huard|
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The desire to supply more people with energy globally is difficult to reconcile with our responsibility to reduce CO2 emissions. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) provides one of many solutions that can be implemented to provide clean, abundant energy to a growing population. Yet this opportunity requires collaboration from industrial, political and economic standpoints. The Cambridge Alumni Energy Society and Shell are pleased to invite you to a panel discussion that brings together expertise from all the above standpoints to address the perspectives and the challenges ahead towards implementing this technology.
The panel will bring together the following speakers :
- George Day - Head of Economic Strategy at the Energy Technologies Institute
- David Reiner - Assistant Director of the Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge
- Owain Tucker - Global deployment lead for Carbon Storage at Shell
- Angela Whelan - Chief Executive Officer.at Ecofin Foundation
The event will take place on 16th February 2017 at 5pm in the Shell Centre, London.
It is open to all : being a member of Cambridge Alumni Energy Society is not a prerequisite to attend.