We are pleased to announce the launch of a new ESEIA Lecture Series designed to improve the understanding of complex challenges and interdisciplinary interactions involved in tackling climate change and creating a sustainable future.
Entitled Sustainable Energy Innovation Systems for Climate Neutrality, this series will provide a platform for perspectives exchange between different societal actors on what must be done to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.
The lectures will cover a wide range of topics, enabling representatives from science, education and training, business, politics, the media, and civil society to understand each other’s roles in climate and energy transformation and share their experiences.
The first lecture, on the potential of solar PV power generation in the transition to sustainable energy systems, will be delivered on 6 October 2022. The ESEIA Vice-President and Head of Energy Research at Tyndall National Institute Brian Norton will introduce the topic, followed by a debate on challenges and opportunities for the City of Graz with the Managing Director at Graz Energy Agency Robert Schmied. The Researcher at Graz University of Technology Martin Wilkening chairs the lecture. Registration is now open!
Click here for a sneak peek at international guests we are excited to hear from at the lectures planned for 2022-2023.
More information about ESEIA Lecture Series is available here.
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