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26/4/2020 09:0028/4/2020 17:00UK-DE Energy systems symposium University of Strathclyde Technology and Innovation Centre, 99 George St, Glasgow G1 1RD
Hosted jointly by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Germany’s National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech), this symposium convenes policymakers and researchers from the UK and Germany. The aim is to foster collaboration on how to urgently and comprehensively transform national energy systems, in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Over two days of workshop sessions, keynote presentations and networking activities, this event will engender a challenge community to ensure that knowledge and ideas continue to flow between Europe’s two biggest economies. Aimed at early-to-mid-career professionals – the people whose work will ensure delivery of net zero energy systems up to 2050 – the event will explore transition challenge areas common to both nations and help direct emerging and ongoing research to solving the most critical policy problems.
Travel, accommodation and catering expenses will be covered by the host organisation.
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Please register via the button above. For or more information, contact Ben McAlinden , International Partnerships Manager, at the Royal Academy of Engineering.