Oct 122011

One day until the joint STEEV/GECO-organised Green Energy Tech Event to be held at the Edinburgh Centre for Climate Change. The event has sold out with a number of delegates on a waiting list. Slides from presenters are being gathered for what promises to be a full and engaging programme (see URL: http://e3vis.eventbrite.com/).

The event will be live blogged on the GECO blog, it can be followed on Twitter using the #e3viz hash tag. A full report on the event will follow.

Sep 092011

Further to the earlier post, plans are progressing for a Green Energy Tech workshop organsied in conjunction with the GECO project. The half-day event will be held on Thursday 13 October (pm) at the Edinburgh Centre for Climate Change, a new initiative which aims to foster collaborative working between policy, community and business leaders to support and deliver workable solutions for a low carbon future (http://www.climatechangecentre.org.uk/.

Our aim is to bring together a range of participants from the public sector, industry, and academia working in the areas of green energy technologies, renewables, carbon reduction, energy efficiency etc. with a primary focus on tools or utilities that could be used to engage a wide range of stakeholders including policy makers.

We have a number of confirmed speakers however we’d also be interested to hear of any other initiatives of a similar nature that may wish to use such an event as a platform for outreach and discussion.

Please get in contact for further information: stuart.macdonald@ed.ac.uk

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