9/05/2019 : Energy Demand Networking Hub

CityBirmingham
CountyWest Midlands (GB142)
Date09/05/2019
Hours09:30
CategoriaEvents
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Birmingham
West Midlands (GB142)
Tel 2019-05-09
Categoria Events
Energy Demand Networking Hub

Energy Demand Networking Hub   Date: 9th May 2019   Venue: Austin Court Birmingham Invitation only event for UK energy demand project PIs from RCUK funded projects. Please bring a printed, one page outline of your project to stick up on the wall.  CREDS has a remit is to facilitate a networking hub for the energy demand research community. The aim of the hub is to increase the visibility and impact of energy demand research within and outside our community. The hub will therefore promote networking, knowledge sharing and cross-working within the energy demand research community, initially in the UK but then also internationally. In order to allow good participation and consultation, the first meeting will bring together a limited number of people, based on their involvement as PIs of UK energy demand projects, with a view to broadening this out in future.

It will: Introduce CREDS in this role and announce the CREDS Flexible Fund Invite the recently announced Technology call projects to speak briefly Facilitate discussion and networking around four key areas of concern to the community Based on consultation, the meeting will focus on four main areas of impact: international engagement, policy engagement, business/ industry engagement and data management. The format will comprise lightning presentations followed by interactive, consultative sessions that will focus on what the community needs and how the research councils can better support this. The sessions will contribute to an outline plan for collaborations in these areas.   Agenda (Draft) 9.30 Registration and coffee 10.15 Welcome to venue – the story of the venue and living values 10.30 Introduction to energy demand networking hub (Nick Eyre) 10.45 EUED Technology call projects (5 minutes per project) 11.15 Refreshment break 11.25 Parallel morning session: International engagement Introductory/ scene setting talks (5 minutes each) by: International engagement (TBC), ECEEE (Joanne Wade), CREDS International Visitor Programme (Sarah Higginson), ERA – European Energy Research Alliance (Nick Eyre) Interactive/ networking session Agree actions 11.25 Parallel morning session: Data management Introductory/ scene setting talks (5 minutes each) by: Smart Meter Research Portal (Eoghan McKenna), Catapult Energy Data Taskforce (Eric Brown), Data quality (TBC) Essex Data centre (Tadj Oreszczyn) Qual data management (TBC), Interactive/ networking session Agree actions 12.45 Networking lunch with drinks (opportunity to review one page project outlines which will also be made available in booklet form afterwards) 13.45 Parallel afternoon sessions:  Policy engagement Introductory/ scene setting talks (5 minutes each) by: BEIS (TBC) CCC (David Joffe), CIE-Map policy paper (Dustin Benton) Commission on Travel Demand (Jillian Anable) Regulatory Assistance Project (Jan Rosenow) Interactive/ networking session Agree actions 13.45 Parallel afternoon sessions: Business engagement Introductory/ scene setting talks (5 minutes each) by: LoT-NET (Graeme Maidement), SMEs (TBC), CREDS (Kay Jenkinson), CIBSE (Anastasia Mylona) Interactive/ networking session Agree actions 15.05 Plenary and announcement of CREDS Flexible Fund 16.00 Close

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