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University of Exeter Renewable Energy Society (RES)

The Renewable Energy Society (RES) converges the renewable enthusiasts of yesterday, today, and tomorrow through a range of activities.

The society puts emphasis on relations between years and lecturers to ensure strong bonds so that you are comfortable to ask questions during your study. 

The society is committed to ensuring interactive and fun events will be held no matter what the circumstances. All students are welcome and if you are interested in renewable energy please get in touch!

We put emphasis on widening participation and fostering meaningful relationships within the department. 

Members typically study

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic/Electrical
  • Maths/Analytics
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Science

The facts

Utilising our close vicinity to the Cornish coast for beach socials.
Emphasis on widen participation and fostering meaning relationships.
Wide diversity of members from all walks of life.
Strong ties to CSM.

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Beach barbecues at the start and end of years, taking advantage of the local scenery as another opportunity to help younger years to integrate into the cohort socially.

Weekend gatherings for drinks in Falmouth.
Games nights at the local Games Room board and pool table pub, as well as on campus evenings with various word and team games.

Chernobyl screening of the HBO miniseries to educate on the history of nucelear power and the soviet union.
TED Talk screening relating to different aspects of climate change, renewable energy and energy policy.
Coffee morning socials as an opportunity to help younger years get to know the older students.

A collaboration with Debate Society in which nuclear was questioned as a suitable source of energy for the coming decades.
A society walk to Roskrow Wind Farm also during freshers week.
Multiple quizzes, online and in person with prizes varying in size and questions varying in difficulty, from general knowledge to pop culture, renewable energy and the course staff themselves.
A Halloween costume competition to promote the society through social media and a gathering in Falmouth.

Committee List

  • President: Charlotte Wason
  • Vice President: Ruairi McIlhatton
  • Treasurer: Callum Watkins
  • Committee Member: Adam Wrigley
  • Media and Publicity: Maryam Alzadjali
  • Outreach: Christopher McWhan
  • Social Secretary: Jack Ensor

How to Join

If you would like to find out more, please email us at

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