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BIEE Conference 2021 – Speaker papers and presentations published
Papers and presentations from the BIEE Conference 2021 are now available. If you missed the 2021 conference, BIEE Members can view content from confer...
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My takeaway from this year’s BIEE conference – Gareth Miller (CEO, Cornwall Insight)
On 13 September, I spoke at the British Institute of Energy Economics (BIEE) Energy for a net zero society conference. The conference considered the l...
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The COP26 green grids initiative
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Can we make electricity markets work better – or is ambitious reform all just too risky to contemplate?
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