Future events

Our events page covers seminars from the Energy Network and selected, energy-related events across Oxford University. Student-led energy events can be found by visiting the Oxford Energy Society page.

01 Mar

National Energy System Operator Webinar: Strategic Planning

Electricity System Operator

Climate change is the challenge of our generation and decarbonising the energy system is a huge part of it. We need to continue moving away from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources, while making sure our system is secure and affordable for everyone. That’s why  the National Energy System Operator (NESO) is being set up, which will look across Great Britain [...]

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01 Mar

Man-made Earthquakes and the Energy Transition

Profesor Ruben Juanes

KIMBERLY-CLARK DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES 2024 While the most devastating earthquakes are of tectonic origin, human activities have been associated with the triggering of earthquakes that have caused substantial economic damage and societal concern. Critical gaps remain in our ability to understand and, more importantly, mitigate, the occurrence of induced earthquakes. This lecture will discuss some of Prof. Juanes work employing contrasting approaches [...]

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05 Mar

Energy Seminar – Week 8 HT24: Some thoughts on Systems Thinking in Energy

Malcolm McCulloch, Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Group Leader of the Energy and Power Group

Summary: The transition to a zero-carbon energy system appears a daunting task. The challenge includes the development of new technologies, new partnerships, and new value streams. As the system reorganises itself, uncertainty and complexity are bound. This talk will discuss some of the tools Malcolm has developed to manage the transitions in their just and agile manner. He will draw [...]

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Seminar | Week 8
06 Mar

National Energy System Operator Webinar: Market Development

Electricity System Operator

Climate change is the challenge of our generation and decarbonising the energy system is a huge part of it. We need to continue moving away from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources, while making sure our system is secure and affordable for everyone. That’s why the National Energy System Operator (NESO) is being set up, which will look across Great Britain [...]

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