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Uni of Nottm: Fuel poverty and sustainability (EU sustainable energy week)

20 June, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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The University of Nottingham is holding a number of ‘Energy Days’ during June, contributing towards EU Sustainable Energy Week 2017.  Indeed, a whole series of events is on offer.  Themes include: energy storage, circular economy, corporate social responsibility, energy transitions and an opportunity to tour the University of Nottingham’s renowned Creative Energy Homes.

What’s on offer?

Fuel poverty is indeed an important sustainability concern.  Luke Jackson will outline this growing problem.  Furthermore, he will explain how Nottingham City Council aims to alleviate fuel poverty and improve sustainability through its energy projects programme.  Not only that, but this lunchtime talk will be followed by an open discussion.  It is organised by the Sustainability Research Network (SRN), bringing together researchers working in sustainability across the University.

Further information

As this is a relatively informal session, feel free to bring your lunch along.  Moreover, registration is not required, please just turn up.  The event will be held in room A100 in Law & Social Sciences on the main campus.

Other events

During the week, there will be a number of other events supporting EU Sustainable Energy Week, including:


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