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Taking place in October, this webinar will address the push for communities to own and manage their own energy systems. Webinar participants will hear how the engineering and policy challenges are being addressed and overcome, exemplified by examples of projects currently taking place in the UK.
Finally, IMechE Engineering Policy Advisor Matt Rooney will present the findings of the Institution's recent Renewable Power Committee and Energy Energy, Environment & Sustainability Group joint workshop and the conclusion/proposal of the report created by the IMechE.
- A review of the findings of the IMechE's workshop in February 2019.
What does the democratisation of the energy system look like?
In what ways could Community Energy scale to meet consumer demands while maintaining reliability??
What incentives exist from policy makers to maintain momentum?
A discussion of ongoing community energy projects in the UK
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12:00 - Agenda
08:00 New York
17:30 New Delhi
12:00 GMT Webinar Begins
12:40 GMT Q&A
13:00 GMT Webinar Finishes
André Pinho: Founder, CoEnergy
André is a chartered engineer and has recently founded CoEnergy to digitise and scale the community energy sector.
He is a founder of Brixton Energy community energy projects and a non-executive director of Repowering both have won multiple awards for their delivery of community energy across social housing and community buildings. He is a member of the Energy, Environment and Sustainability Group at the IMechE.
Matt Rooney: Engineering Policy Adviser, IMechE
After spending six years working as a mechanical engineering at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, he returned to study at the University of Cambridge where he researched strategies for bringing down the cost of new energy technologies, with a particular focus on carbon capture and storage and small modular reactors. Following this, he spent 18 months as a Research Fellow at the think tank Policy Exchange in Westminster before finally joining the IMechE in 2018. He is a fully chartered member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
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