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World Energy Outlook Post Copenhagen IEA

Dr. Fatih Birol, International Energy Agency An overview of the 2010 WEO Reference Scenario to 2030 is provided, discussing: changes in primary energy demand; ...

Copenhagen and Decarbonising the Power Sector 2010

Joan MacNaughton, Alstom The need for decarbonising power generation is set out, in the context of global carbon emissions, abatement scenarios and investment ...

The continuing tug-of -war between emerging market and developed market commodity demand

Jeffrey Currie, Goldman Sachs International There has been a commodity imbalance with oil, which has historically seen global output lower than global producti...

Tackling Carbon Leakage 2009

Professor Michael Grubb, Climate Strategies If damaging externalities are not internalised in prices, there is no basis to assume that economic liberalisation ...

Zero Carbon Buildings ULI 2009

Alexandra Notay, Urban Land Institute Provides an overview of the Urban Land Institute and its five key global policy objectives: sustainability, climate chang...

Zero Carbon Buildings Fulcrum 2009

Andy Ford, Fulcrum Consulting Sets out the business case for zero carbon, explaining why it is needed, what needs to happen and by when. An overview is provide...

What we have learned about Oil Markets

Edward Morse, LCM Research The presentation provides a detailed overview of what has happened within the oil markets over the last five years and what this may...

Winter Gas Outlook National Grid 2009

Peter Parsons, National Grid Provides an overview of what happened in the previous winter, before considering the outlook for 2009/10. During the previous wint...

Sustainable Energy: the next crisis?

The severity of the financial crisis and global recession  had and still has  the potential to profoundly reshape global economy. These triggers can lead to p...

Making a Low Carbon Economy Happen

Ben Irons, McKinsey and Company Using low carbon abatement cost curves provides insights into what will be requirement for a low carbon economy, with a global ...

Building a Low Carbon Economy

David Kennedy, The Committee on Climate Change Provides a recap of the UK’s Intended and Interim carbon budgets to 2020 and the opportunities for emission re...

Energy Efficiency and Energy Demand Perspectives

Nick Eyre, Oxford University Within the UK, domestic energy use has been rising since 1970, particularly in respect to electricity, linking to the consumer soc...
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