Oxford Sigma at UN COP26 in Glasgow

Dr Thomas Davis, CTO, represented Oxford Sigma at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland. COP26 brings together state delegates, organisations, industry, and the public to take action against ongoing climate change and secure a brighter future.

‘It was great to see fusion energy represented at COP26 as a future clean energy source. It is more important than ever for the fusion community to engage with the latest thinking on climate change and in discussions with global leaders as we tackle present and future challenges together.’
~ Dr Thomas Davis, CTO Oxford Sigma.

For nearly three decades the UN has been bringing together almost every country on earth for global climate summits – called COPs – which stands for ‘Conference of the Parties’. In that time climate change has gone from being a fringe issue to a global priority. This year has been the 26th annual summit – giving it the name COP26. With the UK as President, COP26 has taken place in Glasgow. World leaders have arrived in Scotland, alongside tens of thousands of negotiators, government representatives, businesses and citizens for twelve days of talks.


Oxford Sigma develops novel technologies for fusion energy, provides solutions in advanced nuclear energy, and supports the defence industry. We also provide technical and regulatory-based consultancy. We are expanding at a fast pace in the energy and defence sectors. Through collaboration with industry, academia, and government, the company has expanded into patent and product development in fusion technology, as well as expanding its services into defence & energy strategy.

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