The Great Energy Debate

On the 18th of November the TU Delft and Imperial College will organize the Great Energy Debate! This live-streamed event will get you introduced to inspiring people with prominent roles in the energy transition. The panellists all have different interests, views and ideas, so grasp this opportunity and ask them any of your burning questions! Join us for drinks and bites at the TUD Aula at 18:00.

The Great Energy Debate is a collaboration between TU Delft, Imperial College and Shell, and is aimed specifically on students.In this event, students will have the opportunity to ask critical questions, with the intention to start a debate on the transition towards sustainable energy.

Based on the questions, several experts will share their views on this topic and will enter the discussion with each other.  

"Fuel the debate with your burning questions on energy transition"

Date: Monday 18 November 2019
TU Delft - Aula; Auditorium Mekelweg 5

The debate will take place in Delft, while the audience from Imperial college in London is also involved. Via a livestream, the audience in London will interact by asking questions to the panel.

Moderator TU Delft: Diederik Jekel - science journalist
Moderator Imperial: Georgie Barret - science journalist

Agenda (changed times)
17:30-18:45  Registration and buffet
18.45-19.00  Take seat in auditorium
19:30-21:00  Debate (Start livestream)
21:00-22:00  Drinks

Panel members:
• Paulien Herder; professor Energy System Engineering, TU Delft
• Maarten Wetselaar; Integrated Gas & New Energies Director, Shell
• Ozak Esu; Smart Building Technical Lead,  BRE Group, Top50 Women in Engineering 2017
• Marco Visscher; Science journalist


The event can only be attended by TU Delft staff and students.
If you want to join the debate you are obliged to register via this form. All attendees will be checked in at the door and will receive a proof of registration.

Diederik Jekel