Driving Change: Energy and Transportation in the 21st Century

Venue: The Faculty of Law, Cambridge, UK

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 22, 2010
Early Registration Date: Jun 13, 2010
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Driving Change: Energy and Transportation in the 21st Century

2010 Cambridge University Energy Network Annual Conference


Transport accounts for a quarter of the carbon emissions in the UK. Reducing emissions from transport is therefore essential to achieve significant reductions in the UK's carbon emissions. However, changing the established carbon-intense transport systems will require major shifts in technology, infrastructure, policy and behavioural patterns.

In bringing together professionals, academics and students, all with a common interest in sustainable transport, this conference aims to inform, inspire and facilitate interaction between the people whose diverse skills will play a role in this important area. The conference will be a one-day event on Tuesday 22 June 2010, including speaker sessions and discussion panels so that delegates can ask the questions that matter to them. There will be opportunities for attendees to network at the buffet lunch, coffee breaks and wine reception, which are all included as part of the conference.

The conference is sure to be highly rewarding for industry leaders hoping to gain insight into a rapidly developing market, and for members of the research community who will encounter the latest thinking in their field.

Time & Date: 9am - 6pm, Tuesday 22nd June 2010
Location: Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
Attendees: Industry leaders, Policymakers and Academics

For more information and to book tickets, please visit cuenconference2010.eventbrite.com. Book early to take advantage of the Early Bird discount! More details about CUEN can be found on our website, www.cuen.org.uk.


The Faculty of Law, 10 West Road, CB3 9DZ,
United Kingdom

Additional Information

Professional £120 Company Showcase £300 University Staff £70 Students & Post-Docs £10