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Shell Energy Transition Game

When Feb 07, 2018
from 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where LR5, Cambridge University Engineering Department
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Ever wondered how the world’s energy system could evolve to provide a better life for all? This Lent, CUES has partnered with Shell to bring our members the Shell Energy Transitions Game. Join and discover for yourself the answer to this century’s energy challenge!What is an Energy Transition Game

This simulation exercise puts you in the shoes of a government, consumer, energy provider, NGO or industry. You will have to keep the economy going while making the energy transition. Time will be of the essence. You will be faced with dilemmas: should you prioritize your short-term individual objective or invest for the common objective? Will your fellow players enable or default you? Can you rely on their commitments?

The Energy Transitions Challenge was newly developed in 2016 for use with groups both internal and external to Shell. It lets players experience hands-on some of the dilemmas, issues and opportunities the world may encounter as energy transitions unfold across the globe over the coming decades. The powerful debrief lets players reflect on the scenario they have collectively played out, as well as explore what alternative worlds they could have created.

The Energy Transitions Challenge is fun, intense, competitive, collaborative and not for the faint-hearted. Do you dare? Join us in exploring one of the biggest challenges of the century. Your ideas are always welcome at Shell!

Sign up before 2nd Feb but do it TODAY because spaces are LIMITED! https://goo.gl/forms/RXmz6wVjrxT9FEui1

This event is for CUES members. If you are not one yet, it’s not too late to join: https://www.cues.org.uk/what-is-cambridge-university-engineering-society/

 

 

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