Pathways for net zero energy to 2050 – with Chris Harris

Sunday 9th October 2022 2:00PM – 2:00PM
Location/Venue: Cellar Bar Kennaway House EX10 8NG

Chris’ talk about the future landscape of energy will cover three areas –

  • What might be the transition in primary energy sources in the UK, Europe and globally over the next 30 years
  • What might this look like from the perspective of individual consumers, for example electrification of transport and hydrogen heating
  • What are the respective roles of “tech” and “society” in this journey

Chris Harris is a visiting fellow in Sustainable Power Distribution at Bath University.  His principal focus is Energy for the Net Zero Society and he chaired the British Institute of Economics biennial research conference on that subject in 2021. He has had visiting positions at Exeter, Bradford and London Business School, and is on advisory panels at other universities. His career includes finance, trading, consulting, power generation and retail. He has PhD’s in engineering and economics and has written several books on electricity.

Booking is not necessary but will ensure you can get in, in the case of a full house. Please use the above link.

Chris Harris