Skip to main content
Menu
13 May 2021

Latest News

Dr Amanda Smyth delivers inspiring lecture on Offshore renewable energy

On Thursday 6 May, Dr Amanda Smyth gave a fascinating insight into the state of offshore renewable energy, with a focus on wind, tidal and wave power.

Dr Smyth’s virtual lecture, ‘The road to net-zero: the role of offshore renewable energy’, highlighted the potential of these technologies to contribute to a renewable energy mix and the engineering challenges faced in scaling up to the required production levels.

Offshore renewable energy is a significant part of the UK government’s plan to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Watch the lecture in full below:

 

Share this post

Related News Posts

St Hugh’s to co-host ‘Opening the PEN Archive, 1921-2021’ event
St Hugh's is delighted to be co-hosting 'Opening the PEN Archive, 1921-2021' with TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) - one of a seri...
Read More
St Hugh’s Men’s First Boat creates history at Summer Torpids
Congratulations to St Hugh's Men's First Boat who not only won blades but also made history by reaching the highest position ever reached on the river...
Read More
Professor Loretta J Ross delivers inspirational talk at inaugural ‘Lady Ademola Lecture’
We were delighted to welcome so many guests to our inaugural 'Lady Ademola Lecture' which is part of the College's series celebrating the life and wor...
Read More