Below is a list of past conferences and events from the Energy and Climate Change Division (ECCD) and its partners. ECCD runs various regional, national and international dissemination conferences and events to promote renewable energy research, its various projects and encourage collaboration.
ECCD, in partnership with the Royal Academy of Engineering, hosted the inaugural Showcasing Engineering for Development conference, taking place at the Royal Academy of Engineering, London, UK on March 18 from 09:30-16:00.
The International Conference on Evolving Cities (ICEC 2021) organised and run by ECCD was held in Southampton Mayflower MAST Studios from 22 – 24 September 2021.
The International Conference on Energy and Cities (ICEC 2019) hosted more than 90 delegates from 21 countries and 40 organisations taking place from the 10-12 July 2019 in Southampton, UK.
The 6th Africa Mini Grids Summit in Nairobi, Kenya is scheduled for the 25-26th February 2021 to discuss advancing successful mini grid and solar home systems in Africa.
ECCD joined forces with the Southampton City Council to host a Key Cities Meeting addressing challenges on air quality, energy efficiency, transport, and infrastructure development on the 21st February 2019 at the University of Southampton.
The European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) series are international, technical and scientific conferences, focussing on renewable marine energy – wave and tidal – which are derived from the water column in the ocean.
ECCD hosted the Development and Mini-Grids in Rural Africa Conference, taking place in Nairobi, Kenya from 11-12th May 2015 with over 110 registrants operating in the field of rural electrification.
ECCD hosted the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Energy in Buildings and Communities (EBC) Programme Symposium and Task Group meetings addressing Occupant-Centric Building Design and Operation (‘Annex 79’) from 20-23 April 2020 with a record attendance of over 230 delegates from 25 countries and 82 institutions.
The Research and Education Network for Knowledge Economy Initiative offers a common platform for 6 prestigious Japanese and 6 UK universities to come together along with representatives of industry in order to develop collaborations and exchange knowledge in the fields of technology, science and universities’ social engagement.