Hosted by: School of Electronic Engineering
Low-carbon energy examples are wind, solar, hydro or nuclear power, these are generated using lower amounts of carbon emissions, they are better for the planet, and they are the most significant sources of energy in out grid. This session will aim to share the latest information on research related to alternative energies and the low carbon footprint.
Rhys Bowley. Engineer in Electric, Electronics and Computer Engineer from Cardiff University. He has world-wide experience defining global strategies for hundreds of millions of dollars of cross-industry platforms covering automotive, aerospace, defense, energy, and academia. He’s now Manager at Low Carbon Energy and Environment Research Network Wales, where they have the mission to support Wales’ world-leading research in low carbon energy, nature-based solutions to environmental challenges, the bioeconomy, and sustainable food production.