ENERGY IN THE CITY
The Solar Energy Society Conference C92
in partnership with
the Centre for Efficient and Renewable Energy in Buildings
London South Bank University
23 - 24 June 2010
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Welcome to Energy in the City, Conference C92 of the Solar Energy Society (www.uk-ises.org) to be held at London South Bank University, Wednesday 23rd - Thursday 24th June 2010.
It is estimated that by the end of 2010 more people worldwide will live in cities than in rural areas. Cities are hugely important to economic development and wealth creation, which in turn makes them very large consumers of energy. This creates significant challenges for ensuring secure supplies and adequate infrastructures to meet these growing and changing needs. However, cities also offer some very real benefits for efficient generation and delivery of energy services. This conference will explore the opportunities for local energy generation and community based delivery systems including the best new technologies, advances in network design, business models and the role of regulation and policy that can achieve truly low carbon cities of the future.
The conference is organised by the the Solar Energy Society, UK section of the International Solar Energy Society, in partnership with London South Bank University to celebrate the opening of the university ‘s Centre for Efficient and Renewable Energy in Buildings (CEREB) in the new Keyworth 2 Building.
The official opening of CEREB will be made by Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, in the evening of Wednesday 23rd June.
We look forward to welcoming you to London South Bank University.
Tony Day, Conference Chair and Chair, The Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES);
Stas Burek, Chair Scientific and Technical Committee;
Invited speakers will give an overview of national and international developments.
Papers have been invited on the following topics: renewable energy in urban applications; combined heat and power; electricity and heat distribution systems; energy efficient buildings; energy service companies and other business solutions; case studies; local, regional and national policy and regulation; low energy transport solutions.
Wednesday 23 June
09.30 Registration; 10.30 Conference opens;
18.00 Official Opening: Centre for Efficient and Renewable Energy in Building (CEREB), London South Bank University.
Thursday 24 June
09.00 Full Conference day; 16.00 Conference closes.
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