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Sustainable Energy - Without The Hot Air

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The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) is delighted to present the first of our series of sustainable energy lectures for this year. In light of his new book, Prof. David Mackay provides insight into the true scale at which sustainable energy technologies would have to be deployed to meet our energy demands.

Prof. David Mackay is the professor of Natural Philosophy at the Department of Physics, University of Cambridge, earning his professorship in 2003. His work is on the Bayesian probability theory, and its application to inference problems

In addition, Prof. Mackay has worked on improving the public understanding of Sustainable Energy. The culmination of this is his new book, Sustainable Energy – Without the Hot Air, which is available free online from his homepage.

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