EWTEC 2015 registration is open.
11th and 12th May 2015 As part of the Energy for Development programme, a two-day conference on “Development and Minigrids” – Rural Africa will be held in Nairobi on 11th and 12th May 2015.
The 2015 European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) to be hosted by École Centrale de Nantes in September this year in Nantes, France will be opening conference registration soon.
Theme: ‘District Energy Supply within Cities’ Date: 22-29 March 2015 Venue: University of Southampton
Experiences from the first part of the programme, the Summer School in Sendai, Japan.
This event aims to analyse the role that community initiatives can play in the reduction of personal energy demand. It will focus on the ways in which community initiatives decide which audiences to engage, how they communicate their aims and what this means for their effectiveness.
Call for Expressions of Interest: “Shifting Routines, Changing Demand”: A workshop on the dynamics of household energy demand during daily and network peaks DEMAND Centre, Lancaster University UK 28 May (from 1:30pm) – 29 May (to 2pm) Convened by Yolande Strengers, Ben Anderson, and Mike Hazas
Ewtec 2013, hosted in Aalborg, Denmark, saw the launch of the new International Journal of Marine Energy (IJOME) with Professor AbuBakr Bahaj as the Editior-in-Chief.
The European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference, organized by SERG, was held at the University of Southampton in September. more details on the EWTEC Conference
SERG sent several staff and students to the 8th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) in Uppsala, Sweden. 6 oral presentations were given by group members and all were well-received. During the conference Dr. Luke Myers gave an interview concerning tidal power to Swedish radio.