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Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance

C-EENRG early career researchers have contributed to the ongoing Cambridge Zero Research Symposia 2021. It is a series of six virtual Research Symposia held during the Lent term 2021 to highlight all the exciting and ground-breaking research on net zero and zero-carbon solutions happening across Cambridge, organised around six main research themes of the Cambridge Zero initiative.

In the opening symposium of the series dedicated to Zero-Carbon Energy Transformation, which was held on 3 February, 2021, C-EENRG fellow Dr Sergey Kolesnikov gave a short talk How Technology Spillovers Contribute to Clean Energy Innovation, the recording of which is now available via the link.

C-EENRG contributions continued in the third symposium Resources & Production on 17 February. C-EENRG researcher Thea Jung presented on Decarbonisation pathways in the energy-intensive industries: Decoupling Analysis of CO2 emissions from cement production across 50 countries, while former C-EENRG visiting researcher Michael Weinold contributed with a pre-recorded presentation on Principal Sources of Performance Improvements and Cost Reductions in white Light-Emitting Diodes.

Cambridge Zero Research Symposia 2021 continues with three more sessions until 10 March, 2021.