Energy and Renewable Technologies – Opportunities & Challenges

The Bradfield Centre

  • Date 17 Sep 2019
  • Time 09.30-17.30 plus dinner
  • Address The Bradfield Centre Milton Road CB4 0GF

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME & SPEAKERS

‘Global trends in the energy sector and the importance of leading-edge innovation in renewables, storage and smart systems’

Join us for the first of a series of events to explore the global supply and demand for innovation in energy & renewable technologies as well as to showcase Cambridge’s expertise in the research, development and commercialisation of energy & renewable technologies.

The Cambridge Science Park is exploring the feasibility of establishing an Energy & Renewal Technologies Centre on the Park. The aim is to co-locate companies developing related technologies under one roof where they can share facilities, knowledge and best practice. Evidence is being gathered to support the case for this facility on the Park.

Welcome 9.45 Cambridge Science Park Jeanette Walker, Director
Cambridge Cleantech Martin Garratt, Conference Chairman and CEO, Cambridge Cleantech
Keynote 10:00 University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) Professor John French
Batteries 10:20 Innovate UK

Anna Wise, Innovation Lead – Batteries

10:45 Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge David S. Hall B.Sc. Ph.D.
Research Associate

Scientific Programme Manager
Battery Degradation Studies, Faraday Institution
11:10 Johnson Matthey John Gourd, Director 

11.25

Break

11.45 8Power Paul Egan, CEO

Batteries-

Cambridge Showcase

11:55 Ricardo Tim Jameson, Engineering Manager, Batteries, Electronics & Software
12:10 Talga Dr Sai Shivareddy, Battery Programme Director
12:20 Echion Jean De La Verpilliere, CEO
12:30 Zinergy Dr Pritesh Hiralal, Co-Founder & CEO
12:40 CamPower Saikat Ghosh, Founder

12.50

Lunch

Materials 13:50 University of Cambridge Professor Manish Chhowalla
Hydrogen 14:00 Riversimple Hugo Spowers, Chief Engineer & Founder
14:10 Lucideon Professor Xiang Zhang
Solar 14:20 Polysolar Hamish Watson, CEO
Ground Source Heat 14:30 Arriba Technologies Steve Connolly, CEO
Liquid Air 14:40 Epicam Tony Dye, CEO

14.50

Break

Storage & Management 15:10 DZP Technologies Dr Zlatka Stoeva, Managing Director
15:25 Origami Energy Peter Bance, CEO
15:45 Green Energy Options Simon Hughes, Chief Commercial Operator
Investment 16:00 Cambridge Investment Capital

TBC

Q&A

Panel discussion

16:20 TTP Chris Hole, Senior Consultant
Cambridge Consultants

Nathan Wrench

Head of Innovation for Sustainability

Dassault Systèmes Felix Hanke
Fellow, BIOVIA Science Council
17.20 - Food and Networking

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