Registration now open: Training in Energy: Contexts and Challenges MasterClass Course

Date: 
5 Nov 2018 - 10:00am to 9 Nov 2018 - 2:30pm
Host: 
Durham University
Location: 
Hatfield College, Durham University
N Bailey
Durham
DH1 3RQ
United Kingdom

Training in Energy: Contexts and Challenges

5th November 2018, 10:00 to 9th November 2018, 14:30, Birley Room, Hatfield College, Various


Book your place on this course now! (See link below). 

This four and a half day course brings together leading experts to assess today’s energy challenges in different contexts. From global geo-histories of energy and energy transions to human ecobiology and resource engineering, we look at energy from a range of different perspectives. With presentations from leading experts at Durham University, this will effectively be a series of masterclasses in energy contexts and challenges.

Indicative Contents*:

• Global geo-histories of energy using histories of energy to highlight changing concepts of natural and ‘unnatural’ energy;

• Understanding past transitions – histories and legacies of coal;

• Unconventional energy sources (including fracking);

• Renewable energy technologies: Solar futures, Wind power, geothermal energy, carbon capture;

• Understanding the grid – technical and commercial issues;

• Contemporary political economies of energy, global political issues, energy as a geopolitical tool, energy wars and energy transitions;

• Interconnections in global energy and climate change contexts.

You can view the programme here. Further information about the course can be viewed here

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