Whether it be the 2014 collapse in oil prices, the US-China climate policy accord, falling demand in the OECD or the falling price of solar, the energy arena has a tendency to throw up unexpected changes, opportunities and risks. The conference brought together experts from the energy industry, the financial sector, the policy community and academia to explore the challenges faced by the new government in pursuing policy goals, given continuing and often unanticipated developments in energy markets. It looked at how policy affects investment, innovation and emissions reduction in this rapidly changing world.
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Dr Robert Gross, Director ICEPT, Imperial College
George Day, Head of Economic Strategy, Energy Technologies Institute
Peter Stewart, Chief Energy Analyst, Interfax
Adam Whitmore, Independent Consultant