IGov Events

During IGov 1 we ran a number of events including workshops, round tables and conferences. A record of all these events are available on these pages.

Code Governance

This workshop, held in October 2015, brought together a wide range of energy experts to discuss ideas for reform to the code governance system and governance architecture to fit for the needs of a rapidly evolving energy system.

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DSP Roundtable

This roundtable event was held on 26th May 2016 and examined Distribution Service Providers (DSPs), asking if they are a transformative energy system institution. It brought together a range of energy actors to discuss the changing roles of DNOs and the role of Distribution Service Providers.

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Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people

This end of research conference will take place in December 2016 in London. It will explore the fundamental changes that are taking place to our energy system due to new technologies, business models and changing social preferences; and put forward potential governance solutions to them. The event will bring together insights from international representatives, seasoned observers and young rising stars

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Governance Framework

This roundtable was held on 20th July 2016 and introduced a draft fit-for-purpose GB energy governance framework. It sought feedback and alternative perspectives from a range of energy actors.

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Progressive Energy Governance

This conference took place on 21-May-2014 at the Royal Geographical Society. It was designed to explore the key governance challenges that the UK energy system is currently facing and to discuss how these might be overcome.

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Workshop 1

Theorising Goverance Change for a Sustainable Economy - This workshop was held on 30th April 2013 and sought to explore and better understand theoretical approaches to understanding change in governance systems, with a particular focus on managing transformation to a more sustainable energy system and economy.

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