LCRI launches its RESEARCH PROGRAMME 2008 TO 2015 Report on 24 June 2015 at St David's Hotel.
This event marks the end of the LCRI HEFCW-Reconfiguration and WEFO-Convergence Programmes and highlights the research, partnerships and projects that have emerged from the Programmes during this time. We look back at successes and lessons learned to inform future initiatives and outline plans for the next stage of the LCRI and other related future projects.
LCRI was initially set up to unite and promote energy research in Wales and to help deliver a low carbon future by uniting the diverse range of low carbon energy research across Welsh universities at Cardiff, Swansea, South Wales, Glyndwr, Bangor, and Aberystwyth. Working with industry and government, the LCRI’s research agenda includes, low to zero carbon energy supply systems, reduced energy demand, knowledge and skills transfer, and dissemination and industry partnerships. LCRI is working with government and industry and has links to other related research initiatives in Wales, including SPECIFIC, IBERRS and the Anglesey Energy Island. It also works with other research institutions in the UK, including UKERC, Imperial College, Cambridge University, Manchester University, and others.
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