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Zero Carbon Britain 2030

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  • UserGodfrey Boyle (Professor of Renewable Energy and director of the Energy and Environment Research Unit at the UK Open University. Visiting professor at The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) University in New Dehli,India) and Alex Randall (Media Officer
  • ClockFriday 11 February 2011, 19:30-21:30
  • HouseSt Luke’s Church Centre, Victoria Road, Cambridge CB4 3DZ.

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We are delighted to be welcoming speakers from the Centre for Alternative Technology to talk about CAT ’s groundbreaking ZeroCarbonBritain2030 report, in which a team of distinguished academics and researchers show how Britain could eliminate emissions from fossil fuels within 20 years and break our dependence on imported energy.

Godfrey Boyle is Professor of Renewable Energy and director of the Energy and Environment Research Unit at the UK Open University. He is also a visiting professor at The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) University in New Dehli,India. His main research interests are in renewable energy, particularly wind and solar power, energy systems modelling and energy policy. He is author/co-author/editor of “Renewable Electricity and the Grid”(Earthscan 2009), “Renewable Energy” (Oxford, 2004) and “Energy Systems and Sustainability” (Oxford 2003).

Alex Randall is Media Officer at the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth and was part of the ZeroCarbonBritain2030 team. He has worked on other climate and environment projects including CheatNeutral, a satirical film about carbon trading and UNFairPlay, an organisation that supports small island states at UN climate change negotiations.

Admission Free and open to all. Refreshments will be served Retiring collection in aid of the CAT charity

This talk is part of the Cambridge Carbon Footprint series.

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