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Energy Policy Debates

EI Energy Policy Debates, 2017 programme 

18 April - Government's Industrial Strategy - can policy keep up with the energy market?

Creating an industrial strategy that responds to the challenges of climate change and the economic challenges of a post-Brexit Britain is no small endeavour. Integrating business, energy, and industrial strategy into a new department (BEIS) creates an opportunity for decarbonisation to become fully embedded into the UK's industrial and business policy.

Will BEIS’s new Industrial Strategy take a long term view and adequately address the country’s energy and infrastructure needs? How far will it consider the need to upgrade the UK’s energy infrastructure? What will be its main objectives and how will it make a difference? Which technologies will it focus on and enable development of? Indeed, will it be R&D focused? 

Our panel will share views on these important issues while reflecting on whether policy is still relevant or if the energy market is moving away from policy, which many believe does not offer enough continuity.

Paul Massara, Chief Executive Officer, North Star Solar
Richard Howard, Head of the Environment & Energy Unit, Policy Exchange

27 June -  Impact of Brexit on UK energy policy

One year on – what has the impact been? Has it been business as usual? 

All EI Energy Policy Debates are chaired by:

Michael Gibbons CBE FEI, Chairman, Elexon

EI Energy Policy Debates are sponsored by:

                                          CMS Cameron McKenna

CMS Cameron McKenna, 78 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6HL

10:30 - Registration, tea and coffee
11:00 - Debate commences, followed by approximately 30 minutes of Q&A
13:00 - Event concludes with lunch 

Places are limited so please register early to avoid disappointment. 

EI Member: £30.00 (incl VAT of £6) £36.00
Company Member: £50.00 (incl VAT of £10) £60.00
Non member: £90.00 (incl VAT of £18) £108.00

Attached documents

EPD booking form 2017 (PDF 258 Kb) [ Show summary ]

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