Under the skin of the FES 2015

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Under the skin of the FES 2015

The Future Energy Scenarios (FES) 2015 paint four very different pictures of how our energy landscape might change between now and 2050.

Case study:

Right on track

Russell Fleetwood, London Underground, explains how and why his company plans to boost the use of demand side measures.

Right on track

Debate:

Garbage to gas

David Pickering is the Project Manager on a ground-breaking scheme to take household rubbish and turn it into clean renewable gas.

Perspectives on the Future Energy Scenarios

Talking points:


How valuable are the Future Energy Scenarios and what insights did our stakeholders gain from attending the FES launch event?

Garbage to gas

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