Symposium: Shaping an Inclusive Energy Transition
26 September 2018 09:30 till 14:00 - Location: TU Delft Science Centre - By: Webredactie
At the occasion of the inaugural address of Professor Zofia Lukszo, the Energy & Industry research group, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology, is organizing a symposium on the theme of how to shape an “Inclusive Energy Transition”.
The theme will be addressed from different perspectives which have been important to Zofia Lukszo throughout her academic career and which should appeal to all researchers and entrepreneurs who are engaged in the energy transition.
Registration and coffee
Welcome address by the symposium chair, Prof. Margot Weijnen
Prof. Ad van Wijk, Delft University of Technology:
An integrative systems perspective on the development of the future energy system: the need for hydrogen
Dr. Marcelo Masera, EU Joint Research Centre, Petten:
A policy perspective on the societal appreciation of market and investment alternatives concerning the future energy system
Dr. Olga Malinkiewicz, Saule Technologies, Warsaw, Poland:
Making the energy transition happen: an entrepreneurial and cultural perspective
Prof. Maarten Verkerk, University of Maastricht:
On the role of religion in technological innovation – the future energy system in an ethical perspective
Prof. Margot Weijnen, Delft University of Technology:
Creating value for society – the future energy system in a social value perspective
Lunch will be provided for all participants, from 13.00 to 14.30 hrs. During lunchtime, participants can join a guided tour of the TU Delft Science Centre. You are kindly requested to register for the tour before 19 September.
Prof. Lukszo’s inaugural address starts on 26 September 2018 at 15:00 hrs in the Auditorium building, located at: Mekelweg 5, 2628 CC Delft. It's not necessary to register for this inaugural address, only if you would like to attend the symposium you can register below.
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