The BIEE 2014 two day academic conference will consider the difficulties of balancing the three main objectives of energy policy – security of supply, reducing carbon emissions and affordability – and, in particular, the cost of mitigating climate change and its impact on household and industry energy costs. Energy policy debate is increasingly focusing on incentives for low carbon technologies and the costs of their deployment. This is not just an issue for the UK but has implications for policy at both European and global levels.
The conference will look at global energy markets, European energy policy and finally focus in more detail on UK energy policy.
BIEE members and others, both academics and practitioners, are now invited to contribute papers aligned to the conference theme.
Submissions are invited from energy researchers, postgraduate (MSc and PhD) students, and from practitioners in the policy, industry, financial, analyst and media communities.
Types of submission invited:
For more information and to submit an abstract please visit the conference website