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Future of Energy Lecture – Heating goes electric: Why heat pumps will become mainstream soon

Greg Jackson, Octopus Energy The pace of decarbonisation needs to accelerate in the face of climate change. The UK is aiming to reach Net Zero by 2050 but al...

BIEE Conference 2021: Energy for a Net Zero Society – Keynote & Plenary Speaker Presentations

BIEE Conference 2021: Energy for a Net Zero Society - Keynote & Plenary Speaker Presentations.

Hard to Abate Sectors Vivid Economics

Alex Kazaglis Principal  Vivid Economics

Fuelling our road revolution with renewable energy

  and how innovation is putting customers in control and unlocking grid flexibility Fiona Howarth, CEO, Octopus Electric Vehicles

Lifting the lid on Net Zero

Chris Stark, Chief Executive, The Committee on Climate Change Chris will outline the Committee on Climate Change’s advice to Government on achieving Net-Zero...

Net zero levels of innovation (and how to tackle them)

Guy Newey, Strategy and Performance Director, Energy Systems Catapult Guy's presentation will identify the key innovation challenges to get us to net zero targ...

Enabling the transition: Economics & Policy, Politics & Europe

Michael Grubb, Professor of Energy and Climate Change, UCL ISR

Policy Levers for Net Zero

Tim Lord, Director Clean Growth, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Tim Lord's presentation covers UK policy  successes to date; the le...

Approaching net zero – an energy company view

Sara Vaughan, Policy and Regulatory Affairs Director, E.ON

Economic innovation as part of the energy transformation

Mark Taylor, Deputy Director of Innovation, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy The role of innovation can support a healthy economy desi...

The role of innovation in battery development and the uptake of EVs

Neil Morris, CEO, The Faraday Institution A recent study to identify the maximum opportunity for electric vehicle and battery cell production concluded that de...

Consumers at the Heart of the Energy System ? Good Energy

Once upon a time, there was a great storm. It was 1987 and Juliet Davenport was sat in an Oxford University library as a student, pondering climate physics. It ...
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