Energy Materials: Meeting the Challenge

Burleigh Court International Conference Centre, Loughborough University, UK, 9 - 10th October, 2008
The conference is one of a number of steps being taken in implementing the recommendations of the SRA and stimulating and coordinating the UK materials supply chain and its R&D funding sources

Burleigh Court International Conference Centre, Loughborough University, UK.

9 - 10th October, 2008

The conference is one of a number of steps being taken in implementing the recommendations of the SRA and stimulating and coordinating the UK materials supply chain and its R&D funding sources. The scope will cover materials technology developments & future requirements for energy generation (fossil, nuclear & renewables) and supply (transmission, distribution & storage). In particular, it will highlight the strengths, opportunities and state of the art in the UK and the business opportunities being created in this sector.

Who should attend?

The Conference is looking to engage organisations across the full materials supply chain from research providers to technology end users. We are looking for participants who have a serious interest in developing the UK as a Centre of Excellence in this field and who want to help implement the UK’s Energy Materials Strategy. In return, there will be opportunities to listen to, and discuss with, major industrialists and key funding agencies ( eg.Technology Strategy Board, Energy Technologies Institute, EPSRC) where future opportunities lie. There will also be opportunity to discuss business development initiatives which can take innovative ideas forward with Venture Capitalists and other fund raising bodies.

This will be a major event sponsored by Materials UK, the Energy Technologies Institute, the Technology Strategy Board and a number of major industrialists from the UK Energy supply chain including Alstom Power, Corus, Doosan Babcock, EON, Rolls-Royce, RWE, NPL, TWI and the the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

Author
MatUK Energy Materials Working Group

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