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Is There a Plan? UK Energy Policy for the 2020s21 September 2017 ▪ London, United Kingdom
Is There a Plan? UK Energy Policy for the 2020s. In putting in place an energy policy fit for the 2020s and beyond, developments in the coming parliament will be crucial. Join colleagues from the energy industry, financial sector, policy community and academia at the BIEE’s one day conference on September 21st for a day of high level discussion and debate on the way forward for UK energy policy. Speakers at the conference include Energy Systems Catapult, The Committee on Climate Change, Green Investment Bank, Centrica, PassivSystems, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, UKERC and LSE. Early Bird and Interfax subcribers registration discounts available enter code MPG30. Read more.
Join experts from energy industry, the financial sector, the policy community and academia at the BIEE’s London conference on September 21st for a day of high level discussion and debate on the way forward for UK energy policy.
With Brexit, a new government and a new business and energy department, the context for UK energy policy is changing rapidly. In putting in place an energy policy fit for the 2020s and beyond, developments in the coming parliament will be crucial. This year sees the publication of a number of key set-piece policy documents - including the Government’s Green Paper on Industrial Strategy, the Emissions Reduction Plan, the National Infrastructure Commission’s assessment of priorities, and an Energy Smart Systems Report due later in the year. A key theme for discussion at this conference will be the inter-connectedness of industrial strategy, emission reduction commitments, and rapid technology development.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Lord Deben, Chairman, The Committee on Climate Change
- Julia King, Baroness Brown of Cambridge
- Philip New, CEO, Energy Systems Catapult
- Prof Sam Fankhauser, Co-Director, Grantham Research Institute, LSE
- Prof Jim Watson, Research Director, UKERC
- Colin Calder, CEO, PassivSystems
- Catherine O’Kelly, Director Industry Development, British Gas
- Martin Crouch, Senior Partner, Improving Regulation, OFGEM
- Darran Messem, Chairman, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
Register now and benefit from our early bird discount available till July 31st. Interfax subcribers are entitled to a further £30 off the standard rate. Quote code MPG30. For more details regarding discounts and delegate fees click here