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Uncharted Waters

Richard Koszykowski, Major Energy Users' Council at Policy Conference 2022

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.

Energy UK – Future of Energy

Sam Hollister, Director of Economics, Energy UK

Consumers at the Heart of the Energy System : Implications for Policy

Nick Eyre is Professor of Energy and Climate Policy, and a Jackson Senior Research Fellow in Energy at the ECI and Oriel College. Nick is Director of the UK Ce...

Killing the kilowatt hour: rethinking energy as a consumer service

Philip is the Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Systems Catapult, part of a network of world-leading centres set up by the UK Government to transform the UK...

Energy trilemma for the 21st century

Mr Ian  Marchant, Dunelm Energy, United Kingdom The supply side of the energy industry has, for far too long, dominated the nation’s energy policy agenda...

Energy Market Outlook

Christof Ruehl  BP plc

Is the future electric? A utility perspective

Rufus Ford, SSE Electricity demand scenarios to 2050 from UKERC, DECC, OFGEM, the CCC and others, show a wide range of possible different total demands across ...

Decarbonising heat: is electricity the answer?

Michel Colombier, IDDRI An overview of the role of electricity in providing heat within the domestic sector in France, suggests that it has had a growing role ...

Transport 2050: the potential role of hydrogen

Professor Paul Ekins, UCL Bearing in mind that transport is part of the wider energy system, scenarios and models to 2050 can help examine a range of potential...

The Role of Biofuels in Transport

James Primrose, BP Biofuels There are a range of factors that impact on the effectiveness of different fuel use in transport, with liquid fuels generally being...

Delivering Zero Carbon Electricity

Richard Smith, National Grid By 2020, the expectation is that around 20% of the UK’s energy will come from electricity, 40% from gas and 40% from oil. By 205...
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