Tues 22nd Jan 2013 Seminar: Game-Changing & Future Energy Technologies
TICKETS AVAILABLE BELOW:
Background: Permanence is the illusion of every energy age. Not only is there no end point in innovation or disruptive change in energy technology, it is accelerating. No one can accurately forecast the future, but to see where the world might be going in the next 30 years, FES has organised a special seminar to try and capture some of the developments that are either below the radar or beyond the horizon of most energy and technology enthusiasts.
We are delighted to have the following 4 confirmed speakers:
2. Ralf Trottinow of www.biossence.com – who will speak on the rise of renewable syngas, the end of landfill and consumer recycling
3. Quentin Tannock of www.cambridgeip.com (& FES Advisory Board member) – a leading intellectual property analysis firm – who will speak on what the volume and direction of ip registration tells us is the coming future emphasis of energy technology innovation
4. Theodore Bird of Windpower Ltd. – who will speak on the 9 MW Aerogenerator X vertical axis wind turbine
This event will take place on Tuesday 22nd January 2013, 4.30 pm registration for 5.00 pm start at the Headquarters of Allen & Overy, 1 Bishops Square, London E1 6AD. For tickets, please purchase below.
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Program (all times are close approximates):
4.30 – 5.00 p.m. – Registration, Coffee
5.00 – 5.10 p.m. – Opening Remarks
5.10 – 5.25 p.m. – Speaker 1: Alan Brignall on Space-Based Solar Power
5.25 – 5.40 p.m. – Speaker 2: Ralf Trottinow on Renewable Syngas with Biossence
5.40 – 5.55 p.m. – Speaker 3: Quentin Tannock of Cambrige IP on trends in energy innovation
5.55 – 6.10 p.m. – Speaker 4: Theodore Bird of Windpower Ltd on the Aerogenerator X vertical axis wind turbine
6.10 – 6.30 p.m. – Q&A
6.30 – 6.35 p.m. – Closing Remarks
6.35 – 8.00 p.m. – Reception