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  • Calling all rising stars of the energy transformation

    September 28, 2016

    Calling all rising stars of the energy transformation

    Calling all rising stars of the energy transformation The IGov Final conference: Energy Governance- new ideas, new institutions, new people will take place on 6 December at British Academy, London, SW1Y 5AG. As part of the event we want to identify and promote a cohort of ‘rising stars’ of the energy system, by which we mean: dynamic early-career individuals; new entrants to the energy market; and people promoting innovative ideas and approaches to creating a sustainable, affordable and secure energy system. They could be from academia, industry, Government and regulation, NGOs, communities, etc. from the

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  • Paper: Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes

    September 26, 2016

    Paper: Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes

    Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes By: Matthew Lockwood, Catherine Mitchell, Richard Hoggett, and Caroline Kuzemko Published in: Conference Paper for BIEE 2016, Innovation and Disruption – the energy sector in transition. Oxford 21-22nd Sept. Available online: 26th Sept 2016 Abstract: Energy industry codes set the rules for a large range of practices in gas and electricity networks and markets. They are Energy industry codes set the rules for a large range of practices in gas and electricity networks and markets. They are a key but often overlooked element in the governance of energy. Crucially, for

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  • Presentation: Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes

    September 26, 2016

    Presentation: Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes

    Innovation and the governance of energy industry codes From: Matthew Lockwood Presentation to: BIEE Research Conference – Innovation and Disruption: the energy sector in transition, Oxford, 21st September Outline: Energy industry codes Code governance Codes and innovation Problems Reform history Balance of effects of self-authored regulation Alternative reform agenda   The presentation is available here: Lockwood-Innovation-and-the-governance-of-energy-industry-codes The accompanying paper is available here: Lockwood et al-Innovation-and-the-governance-of-energy-industry-codes

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  • Event: Energy Governance – New ideas, new institutions, new people

    September 22, 2016

    Event: Energy Governance – New ideas, new institutions, new people

    Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people 6th December 2016, British Academy, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG Energy systems are going through a period of fundamental change due new technologies, business models and changing social preferences. Much of the momentum, in most countries, is closer to the demand side and at the local distribution level, where the opportunities for taking a whole systems approach across electricity, heat and transport are easier to identify and act upon. Such an approach to system transformation is more aligned with the needs of people, for example encompassing

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