Werin networking event on Fuel Poverty Alleviation

Monday, 24 February, 2020 - 11:00 to 15:00
Priory Street Centre, 15 Priory Street, York YO1 6ET

At this event, Werin, in partnership with the Government Committee on Fuel Poverty, are asking the question ‘Will NetZero by 2050 result in complete fuel poverty alleviation in the UK?’

The event will provide an opportunity for those involved in the energy industry, research, and government communities to meet to promote collaboration on energy issues. The event is sponsored by the Women’s Whole Energy Systems Research and Industry Network (Werin).

Confirmed Panel Members:
Jenny Saunders OBE,  Committee on Fuel Poverty
Liz Bisset, Committee on Fuel Poverty
Dr Sara Walker, Reader in Energy, School of Engineering, Newcastle University and Werin Co-Director
Helen Stockton, Research Manager, National Energy Action, National Energy Action (NEA)
Laura Brown (Chair), Energy Research Programme Manager, Newcastle University and Werin Co-Director

The agenda will start at 11 am with a panel and audience discussion on the question. This will be followed by a networking lunch from 12 noon until 1 pm. You're then welcome to join an optional further roundtable discussion on the topic until 3 pm.

The event is open to all professionals, researchers, and academics with an interest in energy and fuel poverty alleviation. For more information and to register for the event please use the link below. 

Can't make it to York? No problem ... 

There is a dial-in/webinar option for those who are unable to travel on the day but are still keen to be involved. Just register for the event and indicate you are joining the event remotely - you'll then be sent the joining details.

Register for your place on the Newcastle University registration page.

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