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Nuclear Power, Energy Security and The World’s Most Dangerous Power Plant

Armen Danielian, MSc Energy Systems, University of Oxford Almost nine years have passed since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, which ...
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The Decade of Action

Libby Rust, MSc Energy Systems, University of Oxford At last Septembers’ Sustainable Goals Summit in New York the UN Secretary-General ...
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31.01.18 Offshore Wind Energy to 2050

This talk will inform you of the latest trends, technologies and targets for offshore wind in the UK, and its ...
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25.10.17 Clean Growth: Delivering the UK’s Carbon Budgets

What lessons can be learned from the decarbonisation of the power sector to date? How can the Government secure greater ...
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11.10.17 Energy Challenges – From nuclear to thermal and from hot to cold.

We are driving towards an energy economy which has large contributions from renewables (wind) and nuclear, but really is this ...
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10.05.17: The Burning Answer – A Solar revolution in Britain is Close

THE BURNING ANSWER: A Solar revolution in Britain is closer than you think ‘It only works where it’s sunny’ ‘We’ll ...
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03.05.17: Modelling Global Commodities – Workshop by Aurora Energy Research

“A fundamental disruption is underway in energy markets, driven by new technologies, big data, and rapidly changing policies. This rising ...
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26.04.16: FrackNation

“Robustly entertaining and informative” NY Post “Methodically researched.. provocative” NY Times Do you want to know the truth about fracking? ...
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06.03.17: Day in the Life of an Energy Graduate

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the energy industry? Are you struggling with internship/graduate applications and ...
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01.03.17: Mixergy – Sensing, Storing and Sustaining Energy

Mixergy is a spin-out company from the University of Oxford. Their ambition is to develop domestic energy storage capacity and ...
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15.02.17: Renewable Energy – Transition to a Low Carbon System

The costs of solar power (PV) continue to fall, and deployment has consistently outpaced estimated projections. However, there are challenges ...
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08.02.17: Energy Relations of Russia and China – Playing Chess with Dragons

James Henderson suceeded Howard Rogers as Director of the Natural Gas Research Programme in October 2016 having joined the institute ...
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01.02.17: Wind Farm Energy Yield – Does the anti-wind lobby have a point?

Why is it so difficult to predict the energy yield of a wind farm, and is the wind industry getting ...
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25.01.17: Demain The Movie

Showing solutions, telling a feel-good story… this may be the best way to solve the ecological, economical and social crises ...
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23.11.16: The Genesis of a Corporation that is Truly Sustainable

From the team behind Riversimple (http://www.riversimple.com/), the UK Based Hydrogen Fuel Cell Eco Car Company, comes a brand new Eco ...
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16.11.16: What does Brexit mean for the Energy Sector?

16th November 2016: The world’s energy markets are undergoing massive change and transformation. What impact will Brexit have on UK ...
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26.10.16 – The Smart Revolution: What’s smart about the future of energy?

Are you ready for the Smart Revolution? Stephen Haw leads Baringa’s Smart consulting practice and is a thought leader on ...
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19.10.16: Nuclear Fusion – The Permanent Energy Solution?

Limitless fuel, inherent safety and no radioactive waste make nuclear fusion the ultimate energy solution. It presents a permanent solution ...
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