Innovation in energy

09 April 2014

As part of the Academy's "Innovation in ..." series, this event provides an overview of some of the most recent advances in energy sector. It focuses on the technological innovations being made in electricity generation as well as exploring innovations in system management.

Keywords: innovation, energy, energy systems, energy security, Jo Coleman, ETI, Phil Sheppard, National Grid, high voltage direct transmissions, transmission, Dr Graham Cooley, Power to gas, gas grid, renewable energy, Dr Fiona Rayment, nuclear, small nuclear reactors, Professor Nigel Brandon FREng, power and heat, fuel cells, Renewables, Dr Dermot Roddy, underground coal gasification, Dr Angela Whelan, CCS, investment, electricity generation

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