For 30 years BIEE has provided a focal point for informed discussion and debate of key energy issues in the UK.

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11 May, 2015

The Future of Energy Lecture – Energy Policy after the Election

Whatever the election outcome British energy policy faces big challenges for EMR, for the capacity and feed in tariff auctions, the Green Deal and the demand side. In the second ‘Future of Energy’ lecture, Dieter Helm will set out the options and propose major reforms.

Venue:The Dining Room, The Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG

Speaker(s):Dieter Helm, Professor of Energy Policy, University of Oxford

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BIEE 2015 Energy Policy Conference : New government, uncertain world

BIEE will be holding a one day policy conference on September 24th 2015 at the BIS Conference Centre in London.The conference ‘New government, uncertain world: Policy, discontinuity and uncertainty in energy markets’ will explore the challenges faced by the new government in pursuing policy goals given recent experience with unanticipated developments in the energy market .

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Energy Policy after the Election – Dieter Helm

The BIEE’s second ” Future of Energy” lecture will be given by Dieter Helm CBE, Professor of Energy Policy, University of Oxford, on May 11th 2015.Whatever the election outcome British energy policy faces big challenges for EMR, for the capacity and feed in tariff auctions, the Green Deal and the demand side. The lecture will set out the options and propose major reforms.

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Climate Change Priorities for the next UK Government

The Grantham Research Institute (LSE) and the Grantham Institute have published a joint policy brief on climate policy priorities for the new UK government. Since 2010 the UK has made good progress towards creating a climate-resilient and low-carbon economy. But challenges remain in ensuring that the full risks and costs of high-carbon activities are confronted and addressed.

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