“Energy Storage towards a Net-Zero Future” – Workshop
Thursday 24th June @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
An interactive workshop organised by ECRs for ECRs to share your research and frame the key messages you want to be heard at COP26!
In the lead up to COP26, the Supergen Energy Storage Network+ will be involved in a range of engagement activities on the role of Energy Storage in achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in key applications.
Webinar topics focus on the role of energy storage research and innovation in achieving a net-zero future. Some suggestions are:
Greening the Economy & Society (societal challenges, specific policy gaps, etc.)
Securing a global transition to clean energy
Decarbonisation of Heat and Gas
Sustainable Agriculture and Food
Email a short abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org to show you’re interested in giving a 15-minute presentation of your storage related research, bearing in mind that you will need to identify how your research addresses any of the discussion topics mentioned above by the 4th June. None of the topics suggested fits your research and key message? No problem; feel free to propose an alternative topic and we will try to accommodate it!
This workshop will be held online on Thursday, June 24th from 09:30 – 12:30 (BST).
This is a unique event, organised by ECRs for ECRs. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of this exciting workshop! We can’t yet guarantee your messages will be heard at COP26, but we will publish those to the wider energy community via the Supergen Energy Storage Network+.
The UK will be hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 1 – 12 November 2021. The summit aims to bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The UK is committed to working with all countries and joining forces with civil society, companies and people on the frontline of climate change to inspire climate action ahead of COP26. More about COP26 here.