Physics Technologies for Green Energy

Senior leaders from across the energy sector come together to provide insights into how physics technologies are helping to generate green energy. The world has woken up to the impacts of energy generation and our society needs us to find transformational solutions that go further than has ever been required before. We will be hearing from the full range of technologies needed for net zero, including nuclear fusion, nuclear fission [small and big], renewables and low carbon hydrogen generation. We will explore how these physics technologies could work together to provide an integrated system solution whilst ensuring a fair and just transition to net zero. 

Chair: Rob Arnold, Lead Technical Advisor on Net-Zero Energy Innovation, BEIS

15:30

Julian Leslie, National Grid ESO, Head of Networks

15:50

Sam Williams, RWE, Wind Technology Specialist

16:10

Sophie Macfarlane-Smith, Head of Customer Business – Rolls-Royce SMR Ltd.

16:30

Paul Nevitt, Science and Technology Director, NNL, UK

16:50

John Eghan, Regional Lead, Progressive Energy

17:10

Panel Discussion and Q&A Session

17:30

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Key dates

Registration deadline (in-person only):

12 November 2021

Late registration deadline (Online only):

Until full


   

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