The webinar was attended by around 30 academics and industrialists, and supported by facilitators from the University of Bath and Granta.
The webinar was introduced by Manuelle Clavel from Granta, followed by an introduction to the G.EN.ESI project and the structure of the webinar from Lucie Domingo of the University of Bath. This was followed by a demonstration of the software tools in the G.EN.ESI platform, and the webinar concluded with a question and answer session led by Helen Cornwell of the University of Bath.
Questions were answered by a panel of experts from the software developers within the G.EN.ESI project. Questions were addressed relating to the Eco Audit energy and water use indicators and the potential users of the LeanDfD tool.
The final questions related to the environmental data used within the software tools, and the quality and source of this data.
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