- Location: Level 8 Seminar Rm (8.119), School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds
On Monday 12th June, we’ll be joined by Dr Rebecca Heaton.
Drax generates 7% of the UK’s electricity, 70% of which – enough to power Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and Liverpool – is now made using compressed wood pellets rather than coal.
Rebecca will talk about the process of converting Drax’s power generation from coal to biomass and the importance of getting sustainability right – including within the global wood supply chains.
Join us at 4 pm in the School of Earth and Environment (Seminar Room 8.119) – all welcome.
The seminar will be followed by drinks in the School of Earth and Environment Reception.
Directions to the School of Earth and Environment can be found here.