Day 4, Food for thought
The team has been getting loads of inspiration from all our talks this week. Our last talk given to us by James Williams from Sero inspired us to look at other aspects of a zero carbon future.
1. The importance of infrastructure. Although great steps have been taken towards our zero carbon future, the infrastructure in place will only improve over time, meaning that the energy efficiency of a home will improve with it.
2. The home and grid balance. Energy can fluctuate throughout the day and so it is as important to think about energy storage as it is about energy generation.
3. The importance of data collection. Monitoring how our integrated systems work on a day to day basis can inform us about the efficiency of the products and suitability.
4. Promoting a zero carbon lifestyle. Innovative technology is only a tool in achieving our sustainable future. Reducing our carbon footprint is a collective matter.
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Posted 14 May 2021 13:15
Feedback is important to Us!
As we concluded week 1 we wanted to make sure that our pre-planned session plan reflected our BA students expectations, and make improvements on anything the BA students might not want to bring up directly. Our students were asked to submit feedback anonymously on:
1. What they have learnt so far
2. What they would like to focus on more
3. General feedback of week 1
Having MSA Live online this year, our main priority has been to ensure clear communication within the group, in order to maximise everyone's experience.