Dr Neil Williams & Dr Duncan Tytler (www.tilix.uk) will be showing us some of the ways that innovation and technology can help make energy cheap, clean and cheerful. In response to audience feedback from the first transition lab, the seminar will look at electric cars and energy storage in some detail. Additionally, Neil & Duncan will introduce us to different ways of thinking about innovation in the energy value chain.
Register for free on Eventbrite.
Our Transition Lab is a new space for peer-to-peer sharing & collaboration with a vision to make Bristol (and beyond) more resilient. There will be time for questions, feedback on what you want to know more about, the chance to 'tag' others passionate about the same ideas... and pizza!
We're also continuing our 1 minute Transition Lab Pitches. Do you have a great idea to make Bristol more resilient, however low tech or blue sky? This is a chance to pitch it and get feedback from a supportive crowd in the know.
Thursday, 26 May 2016 from 18:30 to 20:30 (BST)
Hamilton House - 80 Stokes Croft, Avon, BS1 3QY