Sustainable Engineering Renewable Energy Masters ConferenceSmart 100% Renewable Energy Systems: Generation, Conversion, Storage, Control, Supply and Demands.

Friday, 3rd May 2024, 9:45 am - 1:00 pm

Registration from 9:15 am
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This event presents successful projects from the 'Renewable Energy Systems and Environment' and 'Chemical and Process' Sustainable Engineering MSc courses which address the energy transition and associated industry and societal challenges.  It brings together representatives from industry, local government, academics, researchers, project supervisors, and postgraduate students, to discuss solutions.

The projects this year include:

  • RENEWABLE HEAT for urban districts
  • GREEN HYDROGEN production and distribution
  • SMART GRID solutions and storage for renewable power, heat and transport, and
  • Anaerobic Digestion for GREEN GAS from waste.

Student projects from previous years are available for review on our website.  

Registration and refreshments will be available from 9.15am.  The event will start at 9.45am include a break at 10.45 and lunch at 12.15pm and close by 1.00pm

Who should attend?

  • Companies, individuals and organisations working in energy transition, renewable energy and sustainable industry and infrastructures.
  • Representative from Government, Local Authorities, Registered Social Landlords and Community groups.
  • Academics and researchers with interests in these subjects.
  • Prospective students considering these courses.

Benefits of attending

  • Explore collaborative opportunities with Strathclyde.
  • Share fresh ideas and perspectives.
  • Meet with academics and others tackling similar challenges.
  • Insights into Renewable Energy Masters programmes and students.
  • Potential to propose a 3 month project topic for Masters students or engage in other ways (e.g. KTP, PhD, Innovation Grant etc).


Dr Sorcha Daly
Teaching Fellow

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