Finally after a long wait, on July 12th – 14th 2021, The National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) in collaboration with the Queen Mary University of London, funded by the British Council has successfully organized Climate Challenge Workshop with the theme “Delivering Battery Revolution: Reducing the Drivers of Climate Change in Indonesia”. This workshop is a part of the implementation of the activities in the run up to COP26 (the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties). This workshop attended by approximately 60 participants from both Indonesia and the United Kingdom, even though it was run during the pandemic this event could run smoothly. The discussions that were built during the training and plenary sessions were also interactive and added new insights related to batteries and climate change. This event was filled with training and plenary sessions from many presenters, namely The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia, British Council, The Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology, Queen Mary University of London, University of Indonesia, Bina Nusantara University, etc.
The event closed with the announcement of the winners of the Research Prize and Dissemination Awards. Once again, we would like to thank all those who have participated and we hope that through this Climate Challenge Workshop, we can generate extraordinary ideas from researchers for solutions to climate change.
|Date||:||19 July 2021|