Café Scientifique Online
Affordably keeping the lights on in a low carbon world
with Eoin Lees
Tuesday 9th June 2020
The costs of producing electricity from renewable energy have been falling rapidly in recent years. But intermittent renewable energy sources such as wind and solar are often criticised as being unreliable at electricity peak demand times. This talk will cover some of the new and innovative ways of “keeping the lights on”.
Eoin has worked in sustainable energy for over 32 years, holding high profile senior roles in public and private sectors, including Chief Executive of the Energy Saving Trust, Director of ETSU, Harwell, and vice-President of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. Until recently he was chair of the Westmill Wind Farm Co-operative.
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