FOUR WEBINARS IN SEPTEMBER

FOUR WEBINARS IN SEPTEMBER

FOUR STIMULATING SEPTEMBER SESSIONS IN THE ALL-ENERGY/DCARBONISE WEBINAR SERIES

The ongoing All-Energy/Dcarbonise webinar series continues on Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30 September with four new topics reflecting the broad range of subjects that come under the conference spotlight every year at the ‘live’ event, which has now been postponed until 12-13 May 2021, as Glasgow’s SEC is currently in use as the NHS Louisa Jordan Hospital and training centre.

On 29 September the focus is on Smart and Sustainable Cities, with two sessions run in partnership with Microsoft – the first on ‘Smart Sustainable Cities: Learnings from the Sharing Cities Project’ and the second a call to action with ‘Business Case for Smart Sustainable Cities Solutions: No more pilots!’. Then on 30 September attention turns to ’Energy integration in the UK Continental Shelf: How will the basin evolve?’ and ‘Corporate PPAs; Broadening the Discussion’  Full details and free registration are at https://forum.all-energy.co.uk/category/webinars/

As Event Director Peter Bloor of Reed Exhibitions explained: “These are going to be four enlightening 90-minute sessions demonstrating the far-ranging interests of All-Energy, the co-located Dcarbonise, and our audience. I would like to express our thanks to Microsoft for driving the content of the two Smart and Sustainable Cities sessions, and I am delighted to see our headline sponsor, Shepherd and Wedderburn, taking a key role by chairing three of the four webinars; and would like to thank Project Director, Judith Patten MBE and the conference team for their ingenuity in developing such a stimulating series; and our marketing team for ensuring we spread the word far and wide.

“Our current statistics speak for themselves. So far, we have held 13 webinars, all of which are online enabling people to dip into them at any time. We’ve had 10,322 registrations which have converted into some 6,500 unique viewers enjoying the webinars either ‘on the day’ or ‘on-demand’.”

Smart and sustainable cities in the spotlight

The duo of webinars on Tuesday 29 September is being held in partnership with Microsoft. The full list of expert speakers is at https://forum.all-energy.co.uk/category/webinars/ both are chaired by Clare Foster of Shepherd and Wedderburn. The first (10:00-11:30) is on Smart Sustainable Cities: Learnings from the Sharing Cities Project’ which, as the title suggests, introduce the Sharing Cities project and will lead to discussions surrounding key learnings from international collaboration between industries and cities; and details of the urban data platform solutions.

The second (14:00-15:30) ‘Business Case for Smart Sustainable Cities Solutions: No more pilots!’ takes the concepts shared during Session 1 and introduces solutions which can enable cities to make their smart city visions a reality by creating a value or business case for smart city projects including from central city data repositories through to specific solutions across areas such as connected street lights, air quality, building energy management and parking. After short presentations, both webinars will feature panel discussion and answers to questions from the audience.

Microsoft is helping cities around the world become more competitive, sustainable and prosperous. With its partners, Microsoft is working with cities to engage their citizens, empower city employees, optimise city operations and infrastructure, and transform to accelerate innovation and opportunity.

Energy integration in the UKCS

Stimulated by the report from the Energy Integration Project, recently published by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) in collaboration with Ofgem, The Crown Estate, BEIS and Crown Estate Scotland, highlighting that the UKCS basin is a critical energy resource for the UK, both today and for a net zero future, Wednesday 30 September’s morning (09:30-11:00) webinar is ‘Energy integration in the UK Continental Shelf: How will the basin evolve?. Chaired by Carlo Procaccini of the OGA it features panellists from Shell UK, The Oil & Gas Technology Centre, Crown Estate Scotland and The Crown Estate.

OGA explained: “Leveraging cross-sector energy solutions (oil and gas electrification, wind power, hydrogen, and carbon capture and storage) could potentially support the delivery of ~30% of the country’s overall net zero target. When you add the potential contribution of offshore renewables, the UKCS could support as much as 60% of the whole UK’s abatement required by 2050.

“How can this potential become a reality, and how can projects be accelerated? Today we discuss what can be done in the near term to cut emissions in the UKCS, including through platform electrification, and also collaboration with the wind power sector. Following this, we look at how oil and gas capabilities and infrastructure can be harnessed to support further renewables expansion and inject pace into CCS and hydrogen.”

Focussing on Corporate PPAs

The commercial imperative of developing subsidy free renewables projects has coincided with large energy users looking to play their part in the response to the climate emergency.  Corporate PPAs are providing a win:win situation – or are they? They come under the spotlight on the afternoon of Wednesday 30 September (14:00-15:30) in ‘Corporate PPAs: Broadening the discussion’.

There are various structures for Corporate PPAs. The panel, which has extensive experience of corporate PPAs, and includes speakers from EDF Energy, Wiershol (Norway), Cornwall Insight; Pinsent Masons and Tesco plc under the chairmanship of John Grady of Shepherd and Wedderburn, will discuss these, look at the key elements of successful Corporate PPAs and the hurdles that need to be overcome.

The panel will also talk about how the market can be developed, in particular what could enable more companies, (as well as the third and public sectors) to benefit from Corporate PPAs, and how Corporate PPAs can be an integral part of an energy user’s carbon reduction strategy; (and much more).

 Looking back – and further information

Total attendance at All-Energy/Dcarbonise 2019 was 7,871 – including the First Minister of Scotland, the Scottish Energy Minister and over 600 other speakers over the two days. All-Energy and the co-located Dcarbonise will be held Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 May 2021.

All-Energy’s major sponsors include ScottishPower (Host Sponsor); Shepherd and Wedderburn (Headline Sponsor) and Natural Power (Power Club Sponsor) and is held in association with the Renewable Energy Association; Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Scottish Enterprise; UKRI and Innovate UK; Sustainable Glasgow; and the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG), with Glasgow as its Host City, and the Society for Underwater Technology as Learned Society Patron. Dcarbonise is sponsored by the Scottish Government, Energy Saving Trust and Zero Waste Scotland.

The Smart Urban Mobility Solutions conference stream (part of Dcarbonise) is supported by Transport Scotland and organised in association with the Smart Environment Forum of ITS United Kingdom.

Further information is at www.all-energy.co.uk and www.dcarbonise.com

ENDS

Caption: Peter Bloor, Event Director, Reed Exhibitions

Notes to Editors:

Do please join us at all or any of the webinars …. there is no specific press registration just register at https://forum.all-energy.co.uk/category/webinars/

 All-Energy, the history: The 2021 show will be the 20th All-Energy. The UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference has been held annually (replaced by the webinar series in 2020) since 2001; the first co-located Dcarbonise was held in 2019 embracing low carbon heat, energy efficiency and low carbon transport (the latter via the Smart Urban Mobility Solutions conference stream). The first 14 All-Energy events were held in Aberdeen; the show moved to Glasgow in 2015. All-Energy/Dcarbonise 2021 is scheduled for 12-13 May 2021.

The 2019 event attracted total attendance of 7,871 over the two days and included some 250 exhibiting companies and over 600 speakers.

 Editors – if you would like your publication to be an All-Energy/Dcarbonise 2021 media partner: please contact Tina Abulashvili tina.abulashvili@reedexpo.co.uk

Further press information is available from: Judith Patten @ JPPR – judithpatten@JPPR.uk.com from whom a wide selection of hi-res jpegs is also available encompassing busy aisles; conference line-ups and busy halls; people checking out equipment and/or having meaningful conversations; Ministers doing tours and looking at everything from a hydrogen powered bus to visiting the new Dcarbonise exhibition.


ALL-ENERGY & DCARBONISE POSTPONED UNTIL 12-13 MAY 2021

ALL-ENERGY & DCARBONISE POSTPONED UNTIL 12-13 MAY 2021

Reed Exhibitions Limited has announced that All-Energy, the UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference, and the co-located Dcarbonise, are now scheduled to take place on Wednesday 12 – Thursday 13 May 2021 at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC). This follows the announcement by SEC that NHS Louisa Jordan will continue to be in place at the venue until 30 April 2021.

As SEC explained:

“The SEC has now concluded a licence extension with the Scottish Government to extend the tenancy period for NHS Louisa Jordan until 30 April. The extension accommodates an appropriate decommissioning period which allows full reinstatement to be made to the venue followed by a thorough clean. SEC will be back as a fully operational event venue from 1 May 2021.”

Peter Bloor, All-Energy and Dcarbonise Event Director of Reed Exhibitions, said:

“Naturally, without access to SEC we are unable to hold All-Energy and Dcarbonise in November and we have therefore postponed the duo of events until May 2021 after having consulted our exhibitors and key stakeholders. NHS Louisa Jordan is doing fantastic work both as a centre for outpatients and as a training facility.

“We believe that postponing the show until May, six months before COP26, the UN’s Climate Change Summit (also at SEC), will enable us to deliver the true value of this industry-leading event.

“We will be marking the show’s November 2020 dates by holding the first ever ‘All-Energy / Dcarbonise 2020 Virtual Summit’, an event which has the support of the Scottish Government.

“This is in addition to the monthly series of free webinars we have been hosting since May 2020, a programme that has now attracted 10,322 registrations for 13 webinars across a broad range of topics. This has resulted in over 6,500 unique viewers ‘on the day’ or using the ‘on-demand’ service.

“We are delighted by this level of interest and uptake, and thank our chairs, panellists and sponsors for their contributions and enthusiastic support. We have already reached the equivalent commitment in numbers to our usual face-to-face event; and that will be surpassed by the remaining webinars from September onwards (not forgetting the inaugural Summit too).

“Naturally, in the ‘new normal’ the health and safety of our exhibitors, speakers, visitors, and staff will remain our number one priority and we will stage next May’s show with their health and safety very much in mind. Reed Exhibitions has developed a formal set of enhanced health and safety protocols in collaboration with industry task forces for our future events. (This is available at https://www.reedexhibitions.com/files/Reed-Exhibitions-New-Normal-June-2020.pdf).

“We would like to thank our exhibitors, speakers, partners, suppliers, visitors and of course the SEC for their continuing support during this challenging time.”

2021 Conference Call for Papers now published
With an eye on the next physical event on 12 and 13 May 2021 the Call for Papers has been published and is available at https://www.all-energy.co.uk/en/Conference/callforpapers

Sponsors, supporters, and further information
All-Energy’s major sponsors include ScottishPower (Host Sponsor); Shepherd and Wedderburn (Headline Sponsor) and Natural Power (Power Club sponsor) and is held in association with the Renewable Energy Association; Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Scottish Enterprise; UKRI and Innovate UK; Sustainable Glasgow; and the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG), with Glasgow as its Host City, and the Society for Underwater Technology as Learned Society Patron. Dcarbonise is sponsored by the Scottish Government, Energy Saving Trust and Zero Waste Scotland.

The Smart Urban Mobility Solutions conference stream (part of Dcarbonise) is supported by Transport Scotland and organised in association with the Smart Environment Forum of ITS United Kingdom

Further information and visitor registration is at www.all-energy.co.uk and www.dcarbonise.com

ENDS

Caption: Peter Bloor, All-Energy/Dcarbonise Event Director, Reed Exhibitions

Notes to Editors:

All-Energy, the history: This will be the 20th edition of All-Energy. The UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference has been held annually since 2001; the first co-located Dcarbonise was held in 2019 embracing low carbon heat, energy efficiency and low carbon transport (the latter via the Smart Urban Mobility Solutions conference stream). The first 14 All-Energy events were held in Aberdeen; the show moved to Glasgow in 2015.

The 2019 event attracted total attendance of 7,871 over the two days and included some 250 exhibiting companies and over 600 speakers.

Information on the ongoing All-Energy and Dcarbonise webinar series can be found at https://forum.all-energy.co.uk/category/webinars/

Editors – if you would like your publication to be an All-Energy/Dcarbonise 2021 media partner: please contact Tina Abulashvili tina.abulashvili@reedexpo.co.uk

Further press information is available from: Judith Patten @ JPPR – judithpatten@JPPR.uk.com from whom a wide selection of hi-res jpegs is also available encompassing busy aisles; conference line-ups and busy halls; people checking out equipment and/or having meaningful conversations; Ministers doing tours and looking at everything from a hydrogen powered bus to visiting the new Dcarbonise exhibition


Corporate PPAs: Broadening the discussion

Corporate PPAs: Broadening the discussion

Speakers

Andy Peyman
Export Structuring and Origination Manager,
EDF Energy

Andy is responsible for EDF Energy’s Structured PPA business helping to support the renewable developer market as well as customers seeking to purchase power directly from low carbon generators.  Andy has several years’ experience in the energy market in both wholesale trading and supply and has worked at EDF Energy since 2010.

Svanhild Vesterheim
Senior Associate,
Wiersholm, Norway

Please note that live presentatioSvanhild Vesterheim is a Managing Associate at Wiersholm (Tier 1 law firm in Norway). She is also chairman of the board in the Norwegian association Young in Renewables. Svanhild specialises in contract law with a particular focus on the renewable energy sector. She has considerable experience from complex projects involving onshore and offshore construction and renewable energy development projects, including contract drafting and negotiations, risk assessment, contract management, transactions and dispute resolution.

She has considerable experience in drafting and negotiating Corporate PPA’s within the wind- and hydropower sector both from the seller and off-taker side.
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James Brabben
Wholesale Manager, Cornwall Insight

Wholesale manager at Cornwall Insight. I lead our work across renewables, flexibility and wholesale power markets for our suite of regular publications. Background in green certificates, PPAs and CfDs.

I follow the renewables market and policy landscape closely and I’m passionate about people learning the full picture on GB energy markets.

Ronan Lambe
Legal Director Pinsent Masons with Alex Ashby, Head of Treasury – Markets, Tesco plc

Ronan is a Legal Director in the Energy & Finance team at Pinsent Masons. He routinely advises on offtake solutions for renewables and cleantech projects. With respect to renewables power purchase agreements, he has advised across a wide range of technologies, structures and markets. In recent years, he has developed considerable expertise advising corporates , developers, financial institutions and electricity suppliers on end user / Corporate Power Purchase Agreements. He is actively advising a range of developer and offtaker clients on such structures in a number of European markets, including the UK, Ireland and Germany.

Alex Ashby

Alex joined Tesco in 2014 and is the Head of Markets in Group Treasury responsible for projects and M&A, renewable energy procurement, cash forecasting, supply chain finance, and acts as the Treasury business partner for all regional CFOs.

He was previously Head of Risk at Tesco establishing risk management frameworks, policies and governance for foreign exchange, energy, fuels, commodities and interest rate risks while also leading Treasury’s Transformation programme. Prior to Tesco, he worked for Gazprom’s London trading arm.
Alex is a Fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (FCT) and of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).


Energy integration in the UK Continental Shelf: How will the basin evolve?

Energy integration in the UK Continental Shelf: How will the basin evolve?

Carlo Procaccini
Head of Technology, Oil and Gas Authority

Carlo Procaccini has 25 years of experience in the Oil and Gas industry. He is currently the Head of Technology of the Oil and Gas Authority, and his remit covers technology and innovation for UKCS, from R&D to field deployment as well as energy transition. He started his career in projects and operations in oil and gas, both downstream and E&P. Prior to joining the OGA, Carlo worked for Schlumberger. Carlo holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from MIT and is a Chartered Petroleum Engineer.

Bethan Vasey
Upstream Energy Transition Manager, Shell UK

Currently Business Manager Energy Transition Upstream UK, delivering change to the business in line with our carbon ambitions. Prior to this Bethan worked on Brent Field Decommissioning since 2014, overseeing the Brent Delta single lift and onshore dismantlement.

A chartered Project Manager and Civil Engineer with a Masters from Cambridge University, she has delivered global projects in challenging environments  including work in the North Sea, Siberia, Qatar and Kazakhstan. Previously Bethan also worked in a variety of technical and commercial upstream roles including Global Upstream Joint Ventures and external policy development.

Myrtle Dawes
Solution Centre Director, The Oil & Gas Technology Centre

Myrtle is a Chartered Chemical Engineer, with over 25 years’ experience in the energy sector. Myrtle has taken on an array of roles, from being an offshore engineer working for BP, designing offshore and onshore infrastructure in the UK and overseas, to driving digital transformation to improve customer experience.

She was elected to the Institution of Chemical Engineer’s Board in 2015 to 2018, and is currently a member of the Board of Governors at University of Lincoln.

In 2017, Myrtle received recognition for her contribution to business, having featured in Breaking the Glass Ceiling and being selected as one of 100 Women to Watch in the Cranfield FTSE Board Report 2017.

Colin MacIver
Offshore Wind Development Manager, Crown Estate Scotland
Will Apps
Head of Energy Development, The Crown Estate


Business Case for Smart Sustainable Cities Solutions: No more Pilots!

Business Case for Smart Sustainable Cities Solutions: No more Pilots!

Speakers

Clare Foster
Head of Clean Energy, Partner Banking and Finance, Shepherd and Wedderburn

Clare is a partner and Head of Clean Energy at Shepherd and Wedderburn. A project finance specialist and dual qualified, Clare has been involved in the energy sector since the early renewable projects of the mid-1990s. Clare advises clients on UK projects spanning the energy sector (including offshore wind, onshore wind, floating wind, biomass, energy efficiency, tidal, hydro, small-scale renewables and heat) and leads the S+W team on most clean energy transactions. Clare is a commissioner on the Edinburgh Climate Commission and is on the Board of industry body RenewableUK, recognising her market-leading clean energy finance expertise across multiple technologies.

James Lockyer
Director, IoT and Mixed Reality – EMEA, Microsoft

James has worked in the software industry for over 20 years and has spent the last 15 years at Microsoft. Currently responsible for leading industry focused IoT sales and marketing efforts in the EMEA region with a passion for Smart Cities / Places and Energy verticals.

Jason Warwick
Director – Urban Integrated

Jason Warwick is a highly experienced smart city technology leader & strategist and CTO for [ui!]uk. Jason has a deep experience in technology transformation in government and cities with technical expertise in Smart City, M2M & IoT technologies. He is currently leading EV, mobility solutions, smart lighting and the Urban Sharing Platform for EU H2020 Sharing Cities project and for the EIP Action Cluster.

Andrew Dyke
Director of Intelligent Buildings, ICONICS

Andrew Dyke, Director of Intelligent Buildings at ICONICS UK, has a passion for digitising the built environment. Andy believes that every building can focus on user-centric design, people-productivity and optimised operational performance with data at its core. Andy spearheads ICONICS’ Intelligent Building Software Stack (IBSS) offering, as they continue to deliver secure and scalable IoT-enabled buildings. Before joining ICONICS, Andy’s holds 20 years of real estate construction and FM experience and more recently, 4 years consulting at Hoare Lea LLP advising clients on digital transformation. One project being the acclaimed Deloitte London HQ, winning BCO fit-out of the year 2019.

Gary Bennett
UK Managing Director, Schreder
Giordano Ambrosi
Marketing Manager, Intercomp Smart Parking Systems


Smart Sustainable Cities: Learnings from the Sharing Cities Project

Smart Sustainable Cities: Learnings from the Sharing Cities Project

Speakers

Clare Foster
Head of Clean Energy, Partner Banking and Finance, Shepherd and Wedderburn

Clare is a partner and Head of Clean Energy at Shepherd and Wedderburn. A project finance specialist and dual qualified, Clare has been involved in the energy sector since the early renewable projects of the mid-1990s. Clare advises clients on UK projects spanning the energy sector (including offshore wind, onshore wind, floating wind, biomass, energy efficiency, tidal, hydro, small-scale renewables and heat) and leads the S+W team on most clean energy transactions. Clare is a commissioner on the Edinburgh Climate Commission and is on the Board of industry body RenewableUK, recognising her market-leading clean energy finance expertise across multiple technologies.

James Lockyer
Director, IoT and Mixed Reality – EMEA, Microsoft

James has worked in the software industry for over 20 years and has spent the last 15 years at Microsoft. Currently responsible for leading industry focused IoT sales and marketing efforts in the EMEA region with a passion for Smart Cities / Places and Energy verticals.

Jason Warwick
Director – Urban Integrated

Jason Warwick is a highly experienced smart city technology leader & strategist and CTO for [ui!]uk. Jason has a deep experience in technology transformation in government and cities with technical expertise in Smart City, M2M & IoT technologies. He is currently leading EV, mobility solutions, smart lighting and the Urban Sharing Platform for EU H2020 Sharing Cities project and for the EIP Action Cluster.

Bil Wilson
IoT & Smart Cities Technology Director, Kainos

Bill leads on IOT and Smart Cities for Kainos and has most recently been working with Microsoft and the Greater London Authority on Open Data initiatives. By profession Bill is an Enterprise Data Architect and has spent more than 20 years wrestling with data technology and data governance challenges in commerce, government and the third sector.

Anna Richardson
Councilor, City Convener for Sustainability and Carbon Reduction, Glasgow City Council

Anna Richardson graduated with an MA (hons) in Geography in 2001, and an MSc in Human Resources in 2005, as well as spending several years working in the public sector, in administrative roles. She has since gained an HND in Antenatal Education, and works part time for the national parenting charity, NCT.

She was elected as a councillor in Langside, Glasgow in 2015, and re-elected in 2017. She currently holds the position of City Convener for Sustainability and Carbon Reduction.

Gary Bennett
UK Managing Director, Schreder


Renewable electricity once provided 69.5% of UK electricity

Renewable electricity once provided 69.5% of UK electricity

Biomass, wind and solar set new generation records 

Renewables generation in the UK was up 32% year-on-year as wind, solar and biomass have set new records for energy generation in the second quarter of 2020, according to the latest Drax report.

Incredibly, at one point in the second quarter of 2020, renewable electricity sources provided 69.5% of the UK’s electricity. Wind and solar power provided much of the electricity required by the grid, helping carbon intensity fall to 153 g/kWh averaged over the quarter–its lowest on record.

Drax’s UK portfolio generation director, Mike Maudsley said: “It has been a challenging time for everyone in the country and for our power system.

“The last few months have underlined the importance of flexible, low carbon technologies to enable the UK’s power system to evolve and provide the secure and sustainable electricity supplies a zero carbon economy needs.”

Read more about it here.

Want to learn more about future energy generation? 

You can watch our August webinars here for free and see what renewables experts had to say about achieving a future dominated by renewables.

Watch the webinar on-demand!

What will I learn about?

  • Policies for a Net Zero World
  • Operating Strategies for a Net Zero World
  • How the transition to net zero will require new operating strategies for renewable generators
  • And more!
Want to hear more about funding? Watch the webinar on-demand!

What will I learn about?

  • How we are already delivering some concrete policy measures despite no comprehensive plan
  • How finance is finally waking up to the need for real change or risk its very existence
  • How society wants to build back better and greener post-covid
  • And more!


Stuart Lunn: Operating Strategies for a Net Zero World

Stuart Lunn: Operating Strategies for a Net Zero World

The future generation mix dominated by renewables: How will we get there? Webinar presentation 

In our webinar “The future generation mix dominated by renewables: How will we get there?” on 20th August, 2020, Stuart Lunn, Commercial Director, RES delivered a presentation on the ambitious and positive targets for net zero 

You can watch the full webinar here for free and see what Stuart had to say about achieving a future dominated by renewables, along with our other expert panellists.

Watch the webinar on-demand!

What will I learn about?

  • Policies for a Net Zero World
  • Operating Strategies for a Net Zero World
  • How the transition to net zero will require new operating strategies for renewable generators
  • And more! 

For a sneak peek of Stuart ‘s discussion, please download the attached slides.

Stuart Lunn: Operating Strategies for a Net Zero World

 


Robert Hokin: Capital for climate business growth

Robert Hokin: Capital for climate business growth

The future generation mix dominated by renewables: How will we get there? Webinar presentation 

In our webinar “The future generation mix dominated by renewables: How will we get there?” on 20th August, 2020, Robert Hokin, Managing Partner, Greenbackers Investment Capital delivered a presentation on mobilising capital for climate business growth.

You can watch the full webinar here for free and see what Robert had to say about achieving a future dominated by renewables, along with our other expert panellists.

Watch the webinar on-demand!

What will I learn about?

  • Greenbackers: Specialists in climate, clean tech & circular economy capital
  • Mobilising capital for climate business growth
  • New renewables innovations, from pedot coated bricks to gravity storage 
  • And more! 

For a sneak peek of Robert Hokin’s discussion, please download the attached slides.

Robert Hokin: Capital for climate business growth

 


Penelope Carruthers: Hydropower Innovation

Penelope Carruthers: Hydropower Innovation

The future generation mix dominated by renewables: How will we get there? Webinar presentation 

In our webinar “The future generation mix dominated by renewables: How will we get there?” on 20th August, 2020, Penelope Carruthers
CEO & Founder, Carruthers Renewables delivered a presentation on innovations in hydropower. 

You can watch the full webinar here for free and see what Penelope had to say about achieving a future dominated by renewables, along with our other expert panellists.

Watch the webinar on-demand!

What will I learn about?

  • Hydropower Innovation: The good, bad and ugly 
  • Inflow System: How is it works 
  • The Carruthers Wheel – 9m diameter example
  • And more! 

For a sneak peek of Penelope Carruthers’s discussion, please download the attached slides.

Penelope Carruthers: Hydropower Innovation