16:00 - 18:00 UK Time
Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7AR.
To register for this event, please log in to the website or create an account.This April sees the return of the Energy Institute’s Energy Policy Debates, exploring the ‘Battle of the Energy Ideas’, where distinguished Think Tanks will bring expertise and global insights to abstract their views on which direction energy policies should head for the future.
- Michael Gibbons CBE FEI
- Daisy Powell-Chandler, Head of Energy & Environment, Public First
- Helena Bennett, Head of Climate Policy, Green Alliance
- Luke Murphy, Head of Fair Transition Unit, Associate Director for Energy, Climate, Housing & Infrastructure, IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research)
- Rob Gross, Director, UK Energy Research Centre
This April sees the return of the Energy Institute’s Energy Policy Debates, exploring the ‘Battle of the Energy Ideas’, where distinguished Think Tanks will bring expertise and global insights to abstract their views on which direction energy policies should head for the future.
As the UK continues to tackle challenges faced with sustainable energy securities and affordability, the Spring Energy Policy Debate aims to dive deep into the technologies, ideologies, and policy frameworks to understand the pros and cons and potential opportunities within all aspects of energy generation, from traditional fossil fuels to nuclear to renewables.
Join industry experts Professor Rob Gross (UK Energy Research Centre), Daisy Powell-Chandler (Public First), Luke Murphy (IPPR) and Helena Bennett (Green Alliance) in confronting questions on environmental, geopolitical, financial viability and, consumer outlooks for UK energy policies that address the imminent challenges of net zero targets, climate change and the evolving needs of a growing population.
Reserve your complimentary seat. Tickets include access to the debate, welcome reception and networking drinks. Advanced registration is required.
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