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In this series of lectures, various presenters outline key energy issues. All presentations were part of events organised by the UK Energy Research Centre's conference team, the Meeting Place. The Meeting Place brings together diverse people within the energy community to bring benefits to UK energy researchers.

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In this series of lectures, various presenters outline key energy issues. All presentations were part of events organised by the UK Energy Research Centre's conference team, the Meeting Place. The Meeting Place brings together diverse people within the energy community to bring benefits to UK energy researchers.

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UKERC Energy Workshops

Latest release on Jul 22, 2013

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Rank #1: How can the customer and consumer participate in the electricity demand-side - and what's in it for them?

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Panel discussion from the UKERC conference 'GB Electricity Demand - Realising the Resource' held on 16th May 2013 at Royal Society, London.

Jul 22 2013

35mins

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Rank #2: Sparks Symposium: Interdisciplinary Research, Communication and Dissemination Part two Why Social Scientists Should Engage with Natural Scientists

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With Philip Lowe, Newcastle University. The aim of the symposium is to offer advice, training, tools and best practices to participants undertaking or considering interdisciplinary energy research. The symposium will focus on benefits, challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinarity.

May 22 2013

31mins

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Rank #3: Sparks Symposium: Interdisciplinary Research, Communication and Dissemination Part one Assessing Interdisciplinary Research

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With Catherine Lyall, University of Edinburgh, The aim of the symposium is to offer advice, training, tools and best practices to participants undertaking or considering interdisciplinary energy research. The symposium will focus on benefits, challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinarity.

May 22 2013

27mins

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Rank #4: Low Carbon Heat: Research Gaps and Opportunities: Part two IEA Heat Research

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With Robin Wiltshire, BRE. A two-day UKERC Meeting Place event to bring together experts from academia, consultancy and industry to discuss low carbon heat. With DECC's much anticipated heat policy document published the day before this workshop, the primary objective is to encompass the broad scope of renewable heat but to quickly focus on specific topics where further research can be justified.

May 22 2013

19mins

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Rank #5: Low Carbon Heat: Research Gaps and Opportunities: Part one Heat and the City

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With Jan Webb, University of Edinburgh. A two-day UKERC Meeting Place event to bring together experts from academia, consultancy and industry to discuss low carbon heat. With DECC's much anticipated heat policy document published the day before this workshop, the primary objective is to encompass the broad scope of renewable heat but to quickly focus on specific topics where further research can be justified.

May 22 2013

21mins

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Rank #6: The Future of the UK Gas Network: Part two Scenarios for the future of the network

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With Paul Dodds, UCL. The purpose of this talk is to To examine research and policy issues surrounding the future of the UK gas network from a range of perspectives, including government, industry and academia. The workshop will discuss possible future scenarios for the UK gas network, and focus on the implications for government policy and the requirements for a research agenda to underpin future policy decisions.

May 22 2013

25mins

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Rank #7: The Future of the UK Gas Network: Part one The UK Energy Research Centre

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With Jim Watson, UKERC. The purpose of this talk is to examine research and policy issues surrounding the future of the UK gas network from a range of perspectives, including government, industry and academia. The workshop will discuss possible future scenarios for the UK gas network, and focus on the implications for government policy and the requirements for a research agenda to underpin future policy decisions.

May 22 2013

11mins

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Rank #8: SPLiCE: Sustainable Pathways to Low Carbon Energy (Scoping Workshop) Part Two National Ecosystem Assessment

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To scope out an ambitious research programme (SPLiCE) that would identify how the transition to a low carbon energy system can be made in a sustainable way. With Ian Bateman, UEA.

May 22 2013

16mins

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Rank #9: SPLiCE: Sustainable Pathways to Low Carbon Energy (Scoping Workshop) Part 1: Legal and Energy Policy Context

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To scope out an ambitious research programme (SPLiCE) that would identify how the transition to a low carbon energy system can be made in a sustainable way. With Tom Bain (DECC).

May 22 2013

13mins

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