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Facilitating the energy transition in six conceptual slides

Michael Grubb Michael Grubb is Professor of International Energy and Climate Change Policy at University College London, with the Institute of Sustainable Resou...

Innovation incentive for regulated network industries

Dr Rahmat  Poudineh, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, United Kingdom Mr Seyed Reza Mirnezami, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, United Kingdom ...

Geo-economic Conflict between Russia and the EU over the Gas Market Regime

Mr Nikita  Odintsov, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Social Sciences, Czech Republic Overview of Issue It has become commonplace to say that the g...

Innovation and Collaboration

Tom Jennings, Policy Director, The  Carbon Trust

Maximising Economic Recovery from the UKCS – are policies and practices sufficiently aligned?

Mike Tholen, Economics Director, Oil & Gas UK 

Just how immune are energy networks from policy uncertainty?

Tim Tutton, Independent Consultant

Reducing inherent uncertainty in energy policy: can politics help?

Ed Davey, Former Secretary of State, DECC

EU’s Framework for 2030

Wim Thomas, Chief Energy Advisor, Shell International

Are Markets working? And what do we do if they don’t?

Are Markets working? And what do we do if they don’t? Alistair Buchanan, Chairman, Power and Utilities, KPMG  

Planetary Economics: when The Economist gets it wrong on energy – and why

Michael Grubb, Professor of International Energy and Climate Policy, UCL & Senior Advisor, Sustainable Energy Policy, OFGEM

Regulation Risk and Platform Transition

Philip New, CEO, BP Alternative Energy

Future energy research priorities: a UKERC perspective

  Prof. Jim Watson, Research Director, UKERC
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