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<p>Ester Coma Bassas and Manos Perisoglou from the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University will talk about research that is being carried out to plan, design and demonstrate an energy systems based approach combining affordable and replicable energy demand, energy storage and renewable energy supply solutions in both new build and existing homes.</p>
Join the EI East Midlands branch for a talk on electric vehicles.
In order to meet the UK’s net zero emissions target by 2050, every sector of the economy must be decarbonised.
We have made strong progress in decarbonising power generation, thanks to improvements in efficiency, switching from coal to natural gas, and an increase in the share of renewable electricity sources. In 2018, the proportion of low-carbon electricity generated (includes nuclear power) reached a record 53% according to BEIS. In contrast, the UK has really struggled to decarbonise heat – just 4.5% of total UK buildings heat demand came from low-carbon sources in 2017. According to the Energy Technologies Institute, in 2015 domestic space and water heating accounted for 23% of UK energy demand and 20% of UK carbon emissions.
Joint Meeting with UKAEE
Andy Clark first wrote about the plight of Kiribati over a decade ago. Sea Level rise is likely to sink these islands very soon – but that is only part of their problems. How can we help them?
Energy Institute Nigeria's Annual General Meeting (AGM)
The Hydrogen economy is coming but how and why?
Webinar for members who are looking to upgrade their membership now or in the future
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