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NELEP Energy Catalyst Summit Facilities Tour

Northumbria University

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Register The North East Energy Summit will bring together the region’s energy sector to capitalise on innovative opportunities arising from COP26.

As part of the summit, Northumbria are offering the opportunity to come to campus to meet our academics as part of our Energy Futures research group and hear more about their research, alongside seeing some of the cutting edge equipment in action.

We are supporting the LEP, businesses in the region and beyond in their drive toward netzero.We are proud members of the NE Energy catalyst, alongside other partners to ‘catalyse an integrated energy system, which grows a productive, clean economy for communities across the globe’.

Event Agenda

13:00 Reception and buffet lunch

13:30 Welcome (Neil Beattie, Professor of Energy Innovation and Director of ReNU)

13:50 Facilities tours (Specialist research and teaching laboratories in Energy)

15:00 Informal networking + coffee

 

Event Details

Northumbria University
Ellison Building
Business and Law Building
City Campus


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