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Energy revolution webinar hosted by Oxford-Cambridge Arc Leadership Group

The Oxford to Cambridge Arc Leadership Group is hosting a webinar on the energy revolution on Tuesday 23 March at 10am.

The online event will showcase energy innovations from across the Arc as well as highlighting challenges and opportunities that the energy revolution presents to the area.

The aim of the webinar is to share knowledge about innovations and approaches that can be scaled-up across the Arc to support ambitious levels of growth without costing the earth.

Panellists will include Emma Southwell-Sander from EnergyTec Cluster, Harwell; Professor Phil Hart, Director Energy and Power at Cranfield University; and Dr Andy Gilchrist from The Energy Systems Accelerator (TESA) at Oxford University.

During the event, the panel of energy experts be talking about and taking questions on:

  • How the energy revolution is affecting the Oxford-Cambridge Arc region already.
  • How the region can maximise the economic and environmental benefits of innovation in energy systems
  • How we can start to unpack what is possible now? In 5 years? Over the next generation?
  • How the Arc can coordinate action to maximise impact
  • What this will take from the Arc partnership?

The Arc is a globally significant area between Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge, made up of the five counties of Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire. It supports over two million jobs, adds over £110 billion to the economy every year, and houses one of the fastest-growing economies in England.

The Arc Leadership Group includes elected and senior representatives from many of the Local Authorities, Local Enterprise Partnerships and Business Board, the Arc Universities Group and transport bodies across the Oxford-Cambridge Arc region.

Registration is via Eventbrite.

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