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20th September - 21st September 2023
Worcester College, Walton Street, Oxford, UK

Energy matters for all: from global actors to active consumers - Who attends?

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The Conference typically attracts over 150 delegates from more than 100 different organisations in the UK, Europe, USA, and Asia, as well as sponsorship from major energy companies and organisations.

The conference is aimed at energy analysts, researchers, strategy and policy thinkers from all backgrounds, including industry, academia and research organisations, government, the finance community, NGOs and consultancies.

Over 100 organisations attended in 2021 including

 

AFRY Management Consulting Frontier Economics Shell UK
Amber Infrastructure FTI SPR Energy Consulting
Arup Henley Business School SPRU, University of Sussex
Aurora Energy Research Highland Council SPRU, University of Sussex Business School
Baringa Partners IDDRI Sustainability First
BEIS Ikigai Sweco
Bellona Imperial College Business School Think, Inspire & Create
bp Imperial College London UCL
British Business Bank Imperial College London, Energy Futures Lab UCL Energy Institute
Cambridge Econometrics Imperial College London, Sustainable Gas Institute UK Power Networks
Camirus Consulting ISED University of Aberdeen
Carbon Tracker Initiative Kraken Flex University of Birmingham
Cardiff University London School of Economics and Political Science University of Cambridge
Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry National Grid University of Edinburgh
Centre for Environment and Sustainability, University of Surrey National Infrastructure Commission University of Exeter
Centre for Net Zero Nature Energy University of Leeds
CEPA New Power Report University of Leeds, Institute of Transport Studies
Challenging Ideas Newcastle University University of Manchester
Chatham House npower University of Nottingham
Climate Change Committee Octopus Electric Vehicles University of Oxford
Cornwall Insight OFGEM University of Reading
Cranfield University OGUK University of Santiago de Compostela
CREDS Opportunity Dynamics University of Sao Paulo
CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University OVOEnergy University of Strathclyde
Department for Transport Oxford Economics University of Sussex
EDF Energy Oxford Energy Associates University of Warwick
Elexon Ltd Oxford Flow University of Warwick
Energy and Utility Skills Partnership Penspen Vivid Economics
Energy Systems Catapult Royal Dutch Shell Warwick Business School
EPRG, University of Cambridge Science and Technology Facilities Council Westminster Business School
Equinor ScottishPower Wood Mackenzie
European Climate Foundation Shell International Limited

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