The Centre for Energy Policy at the University of Strathclyde is running this Energy Conversation evening event on Thursday 28th March in Glasgow.
Conversationalists include Norman Kerr, Director Energy Action Scotland and Stephen Sheal, External Relations Director at Oil and Gas Technology Centre.
The role of technology in energy policy is crucial. It has real impact on how people live their lives. But do people understand or see the value in it? Why should I care how many megawatts a power plant can deliver? What can I do with a kilowatt of power? What does it mean to me if a couple of billions are being spent on installing batteries in Scottish windfarms? What will carbon capture and storage do for Scotland? What IS carbon capture and storage anyway? Join others at this Energy Conversation to explore the role of technology and energy policy.
This free event will be followed by a drinks reception. Registration and welcome refreshments from 5.30pm.
Strathclyde Business School-Stenhouse Wing, 199 Cathedral Street, Glasgow