COP26: Aston University experts discuss 'Energy Day' and how net zero can be acheived

COP26: Aston University experts discuss 'Energy Day' and how net zero can be acheived COP26: Aston University experts discuss 'Energy Day' and how net zero can be acheived

November 3, 20211 min read
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What might energy systems look like in a net zero world?


Aston University's Professor Patricia Thornley, Dr Joanna Sparks, Dr Katie Chong and Dan Taylor discuss energy and sustainability ahead of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference.


On 4 November during ‘Energy Day’ at COP26, the six UK Research and Innovation Supergen Hubs are hosting a ‘fishbowl’ conversation with the public, to develop and interrogate visions for a net zero energy future.


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  • Patricia Thornley
    Patricia Thornley Director of EBRI, Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute

    Patricia Thornley works in assessing the environmental, economic and social imapcts of renewable energy technologies.

  • Dr Katie Chong
    Dr Katie Chong Lecturer in Chemical Engineering

    Katie Chong has a particular interest in the thermochemical conversion of biomass and wastes, and techno-economic evaluation.

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