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Energy for the future: Plugging the decline in energy supply, a gap too big?

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  • UserIman Hill, Oil and gas sector; Jenny Nelson, Photovoltaics and Renewables; Clare Grey, Energy Storage; Sir Brian Heap, Smart Villages
  • ClockThursday 21 May 2015, 19:00-21:30
  • House Lecture Theatre, Trinity Hall..

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This panel discussion will ask whether an increased demand in energy and our limited resources will lead to a critical point in the future of our energy. Is there indeed decline in supply, or is it a question of an increase in global demand? Can we predict the future of energy and bring it to those who need it? The discussion will highlight the issues of innovation, use of traditional and renewable energy sources, and smart technology.

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This event is sponsored by Energy@Cambridge, the IET and the Royal Academy of Engineering.

This talk is part of the Cambridge AWiSE series.

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