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19 September 2019

Global Energy Forum

Registration Required

This is your ticket to the inaugural Global Energy Forum.

Held on the Warwick Campus in Coventry (UK) from Thursday 19 until Saturday 21 September 2019, this will be our first ever Global Energy Forum. This event will bring together energy sector enthusiasts the WBS alumni community with academics for an opportunity to catch up, network with new contacts, and update your knowledge since graduation.

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We have put together an indicative schedule, but hope that the assembled alumni audience will contribute to the sessions with their own experience, expertise and opinions:

Thursday 19 September
Beyond the Trilemma (David Elmes, WBS)
Influencing like an Executive (Colin Gautrey, The Gautrey Group)
The Low Carbon Economy: how low can we go? (Fred Dahlmann, WBS)

Friday 20 September
Going Local? (David Elmes, WBS)
Inside the E.On Case (Michael French, E.ON)
What next? Hydrogen? (Alan Thomson, Arup)
The Geopolitics of the Energy Transition (Mike Bradshaw, WBS)

Saturday 21 September
We are taking a flexible approach to sessions on the Saturday morning, concluding with a closing session at 12:30; the Forum will end after lunch.

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There are four ticket options available:

Full delegate (sold out) The price of £370 includes:

  • Your overnight accommodation on Thursday and Friday
  • Breakfast on Friday and Saturday
  • Lunch on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  • Dinner on Thursday and Friday
  • All of the workshops and sessions

2.5 day delegate The price of £125 includes:

  • Lunch on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  • All of the workshops and sessions

Day delegate (Thursday or Friday) The price of £42 includes:

  • Lunch on Thursday or Friday
  • All of the workshops and sessions

 

This event is has been organised by the Global Energy Professional Network.

// With

David Elmes, WBS

Mike Bradshaw, WBS

Fred Dahlmann, WBS

Michael French, E.ON

Alan Thomson, Arup

// Where

Radcliffe Conference Centre
Coventry
CV4 7AL
UK Get directions »

// When

Thursday 19 September - Saturday 21 September 2019

// Contact

pamela.pinski@wbs.ac.uk
024 765 51794

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