The 1st Clean Energy Science Lecture and the Workshop on Combustion-Related Research will both be held in London, on 7th October 2019.
Dr Nina Skorupska CBE FEI, Chief Executive of the Renewable Energy Association will be the main speaker at the Clean Energy Science Lecture.
Dr Skorupska has been the Chief Executive of Renewable Energy Association, (REA), since 2013. She has over 30 years’ experience in the energy industry working in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. She was the first female power station manager for RWE npower and her career in the RWE Group culminated as Chief Technical Officer and executive Board Member of RWE’s Dutch business, Essent, delivering electricity and heat generation as well as leading new energy and sustainability developments.
She is also currently a Board member of the European Renewable Energy Federation, (EREF), Renewable Energy Assurance Limited, (REAL), Transport for London, (TfL), and Deputy Chair of the Board of Women in Science and Engineering, (WISE), Campaign. She sits on several Advisory Groups including Carbon Trust, 10:10, Entrepreneurial Women in Renewable Energy, (EWIRE), and University of Nottingham Industrial Advisory Board for Energy.
The title of Dr Skorupska’s Lecture will be “Evolution or Revolution: A Personal Journey of the UK Power Industry towards a Sustainable Future”. This will be preceded by refreshments and a Reception and Buffer Dinner.
In addition to this, there will an afternoon session called a “Workshop on Combustion-Related Research”.
View the programme for both these events here.
To register for the event please complete the Event Registration Form (click here) and send it to email@example.com. The deadline for registration is 23rd August 2019.
Attendance at both events is by e-ticket only. Please note that there will be a separate e-ticket for the workshop and lecture.
Your e-tickets will be issued via email, following the submission of the Event Registration Form, on or shortly after the closing date for registrations.
Attendance at these events is free, however, due to the limited capacity of the venue, those with an e-ticket will be expected to attend. If you have registered and cannot attend, please contact the organisers at the earliest opportunity so your ticket can be released to another attendee.