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Challenges of the Low Carbon Revolution

Start Date:15 Nov 10 End Date:16 Nov 10


The LCRI conference Challenges of the Low Carbon Revolution is taking place in Cardiff on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 November 2010, incorporating the Convergence Energy Programme launch on Monday 15th November.

The Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI) has been established to unite and promote the diverse range of energy research in Wales, UK in order to deliver a low carbon future. The multicentre, multidisciplinary LCRI aims to support the whole energy sector, UK and globally, in developing low carbon generation, storage, distribution and end use technologies. Over £5.1 million has been received from the Higher Education Funding Council For Wales (HEFCW) under the Reconfiguration and Collaboration Fund to develop the LCRI for 5 years from April 2008. In September 2009, LCRI was awarded £17 million from the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh European Funding Office to create the Convergence Energy Programme with an equal amount raised from industry. This programme is being launched along with the conference on Monday 15 November.

This second LCRI conference Challenges of the Low Carbon Revolution will be opened by Deputy First Minister Ieuan Wyn Jones at 19.00 on Monday 15 November. Sessions on Tuesday 16 November will involve speakers from academia, industry and government in the areas of low carbon built environment, photovoltaics, marine energy generation, large scale power generation, hydrogen and bioenergy.

For more details, please send us an enquiry and download the brochure.


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