The Energy Cafe

The Energy Café is an informal, open and inclusive space where people across University of St Andrews, from undergraduates to Professors Emeriti, can come together for an hour to share ideas about the energy research they are working on. It is intended to encourage collaborations,  expand research horizons, and inspire new ideas and questions about issues of energy.

Hosted by the Centre for Energy Ethics, the Energy Café is not limited to one discipline, one department or one school – it is open to everyone.

Fostering collaboration and interdisciplinarity are at the heart of the Centre’s ethos and the motivation for the Café. By openly exchanging ideas with others and working across disciplines, the Energy Café offers a unique venue that celebrates the diversity of roles and contributions individuals make to energy research and research culture.

The Energy Café is hosted online. You will find the schedule of upcoming Cafés below.

If you have an idea for a Café or any questions, please get in touch. We would love to hear from you. Email us at: energyethics@st-andrews.ac.uk.
We hope you will join us, contribute, share and discuss.

Upcoming Cafes

05 October 2021

Energy Cafe

Discussion with Dr Vibhor Saxena As an economist specialising in development, Dr Vibhor Saxena is interested in a broad range of issues of global south: ...

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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19 October 2021

Energy Cafe

CO2 and Climate - Lessons from Earth’s Past for Our Future Dr James Rae is a climate scientist interested in interested in ...

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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02 November 2021
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Energy Cafe

Discussion with Dr Matthew Brander, Senior Lecturer of Carbon Accounting (University of Edinburgh) As a Senior Lecturer of ...

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Past Cafes

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