In the nation’s quest for net-zero carbon emissions, society needs to re-think many everyday life essentials like how we heat our homes and how we transport ourselves from A to B. A group of experts is coming together to discuss hi-tech innovations and the many job opportunities expected to be generated by tackling the climate emergency in Powys.
On the panel: Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) Head of Graduate School Adrian Watson; Jeremy Thorp of Sharenergy and Montgomery Energy Group; Hugo Spowers, Chief Engineer and Founder of hydrogen car manufacturer Riversimple; and Mark Dacey, CEO of NPTC Group of Colleges, one of the largest further education providers in the UK. Chaired by Alison Alexander, Welsh Liberal Democrat Candidate for Montgomeryshire.
The webinar is part of a series organized by Montgomeryshire and Brecon and Radnor Liberal Democrats aiming for a deep discussion of big issues.
Participation in public events does not indicate political allegiance – all are welcome to attend.
Sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/cyk223uu