Cryogenic Energy Storage for Renewable Refrigeration and Power Supply

The UK Energy Breakfast Seminar is on 25 January 2017 in London UK

If you have been involved in any aspect of energy in the UK over at least the last 12 months, you must have asked yourself what is the vision for the UK energy system that we are working towards.  Clive Maxwell, the new Director General Energy Transformation at BEIS, will present the new vision of UK energy and how the trilemma will be addressed.  The presentations will set out once and for all the current position and the way forward for UK energy, looking at all the different sources of energy and the market implications.  The questions to be answered include:

  • how will all the different energy sources fit together to provide a secure, affordable low carbon energy system in the near future and what is BEIS's expectation of the mix and the subsidy support to achieve it?
  • how can nuclear be aligned with the affordability requirement, given the pricing that has been set and the cost of the nuclear legacy that BEIS is managing currently?
  • where does CCS fit in and how will it be taken forward from here?
  • what reliance is being placed on the development of utility scale energy storage or is demand response the key offset for fluctuations in supply and demand, or perhaps a combination of the two?
  • what part will renewable heat play in the mix and how will it be achieved?
  • what effect will the decarbonisation of transport have on the demands for centralised energy production?

This is an opportunity to understand how the UK will address the targets that have been set to address the energy trilemma and to ask BEIS the questions that you have been wanting to have the opportunity to ask for a long time.

 

Either- to register and attend the whole Rushlight Show, in which case the UK Energy Breakfast Seminar event is free

Or - just attend the breakfast and seminar on 25 January 2017 in London UK for a fee of £40 plus VAT. 

To register, please click HERE.

The Rushlight Show includes

  1. An Exhibition of about 100 of the latest innovations in cleantech, including a number of entrants to the Rushlight Awards, the Innovate UK Energy Catalyst Round 2 Showcase and an Enterprise Ireland Pavilion.
  2. The Cleantech Conference, being opened by Nick Hurd, Minister of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and including the Cleantech Innovation Showcase of some 40 companies presenting their cutting edge new technologies, with input from BEIS and Innovate UK.
  3. 3.The Resourceful Conference, in association with LCRN, which focuses on innovation at the pinnacle of the resource hierarchy, the development of maintenance and repair, reuse, sharing, renting, remanufacture and activities and collaborations in that area. 
  4. The Sustainable Solutions Market Panel, where cleantech companies present their market-ready products and services directly to a panel of leading sustainability and procurement representatives. 
  5. UK Energy breakfast seminar, which will set out the current state of play in the UK energy system and provide a platform for BEIS to present their strategy to address the trilemma and achieve the binding targets for renewables.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 691761.

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