On 9th March Glenn Woodcock, CEO and Founder of Exeter City Futures, will be speaking at the ExIST quarterly event about the challenges and opportunities to reduce our city consumption, increase efficiency, and adopt better energy sources.
Climate Change and Collaboration
The quarterly event will be held at the Met Office’s new collaboration suite next to its supercomputer. Climate change is the theme, specifically the opportunities for businesses in mitigating its effects.
Glenn will be one of three speakers at the event including Laurence Oakes-Ash who will be talking about how City Science is creating next generation products and services that capture, analyse and interpret city data to optimise transport.
Vicky Pope from the Met Office will be talking about how organisations can use Met Office data, products and services to develop innovative applications.
Roadmap to Energy Independence
Glenn will be speaking following the release of the first of three reports that Exeter City Futures has commissioned from City Science. The first report, Energy Independence 2025, details how it’s possible for the Exeter Region to become energy independent within the next decade.
The ExIST Quarterly Event will take place on 9th March, 8.30 – 11.30am, at the Met Office Collaboration Suite. To book your place visit the ExIST website.