"Energy and Net Zero" - 10th Oxford Energy Day

March 23rd, 2022

The 10th Oxford Energy Day that will take place on Wednesday, 23 March 2022 at 9.30am at the Blavatnik School of Government,  Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6GG, Oxford. This will be in person and online, a hybrid event, and will be subject to the University of Oxford Covid-19 policy in place at that time. 

Oxford Energy Day is our annual event for the energy research community in Oxford. This year we will focus on the challenge of delivering net zero carbon emissions by mid-century, which is critical to stabilising the global climate. Fossil fuels still dominate energy supply and use, and are responsible for most carbon emissions. So we need a global revolution in energy systems over the next three decades. There are promising signs, with major cost reductions in solar, wind and batteries. But huge challenges remain: notably to operate electricity systems with 100% renewable energy, and to decarbonise the main direct uses of fossil fuels in heating, transport and industrial processes. The challenges are social, technical and political. In Oxford, we are already making a contribution in diverse fields, and planning doing more. Oxford Energy Day is the opportunity to learn more and contribute to the debate.

If you would like to attend, please could you complete the TEAMS form here (external).  The programme is still being developed.  In order to help us finalise it, please could you select up to four sessions from the list of parallel sessions that you would like to attend.   

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