Why Attend ?
A BIEE conference is a unique event in the energy industry, bringing together a multiplicity of stakeholders including government, academia, finance and industry. BIEE conferences aim to support and promote a responsible, evidence based approach to the challenges of energy policy and tackling climate change.
- This conference will bring together a wide range of expert speakers and participants from government, industry, the financial and academic communities, including directors, policy analysts, chief economists and government officials.
- Like all BIEE conferences, it will provide plenty of opportunities for discussion and debate both during and after the sessions and additionally offers useful networking opportunities.
- Thought leadership and the sharing of knowledge are the core objectives of the conference, spanning across policy objectives, regulation of the sector, infrastructure developments and capital availability.
- Participants ( who are not already members of BIEE) receive three month’s complimentary membership of BIEE which allows them to access conference presentations and papers after the event and attend other BIEE meetings in that period ( October – December 2015)
Who Should Attend
Policymakers, economists, academics, NGO’s, fiananciers, investors, analysts, management consultants, engineers, directors from all sectors of the industry, suppliers, legal and environmental consultants.
Organisations Attending in 2013
|Arthur D Little||LSE|
|Bank of America Merrill Lynch||McKinsey & Company|
|Baringa Partners||Middle East Technical University|
|BG Group||NERA Economic Consulting|
|BIS||Oxford Institute for Energy Studies|
|BNEF||Oil & Gas UK|
|BP plc||Oxford Energy Associates|
|BW Energy||Parsons Brinckerhoff|
|Cambridge Econometrics||Rio Tinto|
|Citi||Samsung C&T Corporation|
|CREST||Renmin University of China|
|DONG Energy||SOAS – CISD|
|EBDR||SPRU, Sussex University|
|Ecuity LLP||Standard Chartered Bank|
|Energy & Utility Forum||Sustainability First|
|Energy Exemplar (Europe) Ltd||The CCC|
|Energy Institute||Trillion Fund|
|Energy Policy Group, University of Exeter||Tufts University|
|Energy Technologies Institute||UK Energy Research Centre|
|Energy UK||UK Power Networks|
|ESB||University College Cork|
|ESCP Europe Business School||University of Bradford|
|European Investment Bank||University of Edinburgh|
|Foreign & Colonial Investment Trust||University of Exeter|
|Former CEO RW npower||University of Leeds|
|Grantham Research Institute, LSE||URS|
|House of Commons||WHYWE Consulting AB|
|House of Lords||World Bank|
|HSL||Danish Energy Association|
|Imperial College London|
|Liberum Capital Ltd|
|Low Carbon Finance Group|
Attendee Profiles 2013
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