Energy Conversations: Should we be storing carbon, energy or nuclear waste underground?


As we move towards a low carbon energy infrastructure we will be faced by numerous technology choices. Should we follow Germany and Japan to decommission our nuclear power plants and, if so, should we use carbon capture and storage to make the most of our fossil fuel reserves? What about our need for heat and power when the wind stops? Technologists, policy makers and environmental experts will subject us to the low carbon infrastructure conundrum and we'll vote on the best approach for Britain.

Speakers include:
Jeremy Leggett, Solar Century
Chris Goodall, Carbon Commentary
Peter North, Greater London Authority
Prof Jeff Chapman,The Carbon Capture & Storage Association
Marcel Hendricks, IFTec GeoEnergia
Chaired by Alasdair Young, Buro Happold

Energy Conversations is a series of regular talks, debates and discussions around the supply and use of energy. Aimed at developers, occupiers, designers and suppliers it will explore key political, design and technical issues which influence sustainable environments. They are produced in association with Buro Happold engineers.

Free to attend. Booking essential.