Presentations

Our latest internal and external presentations from workshops and events are available here. These presentations are not reviewed.

  • Presentations: Copenhagen Meetings Nov 2016

    November 23, 2016

    Presentations: Copenhagen Meetings Nov 2016

    Copenhagen Meetings Nov 2016 From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation 1: A Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance To: Center For Design, Innovation, and Sustainable Transition, Aalborg Univesity, Copenhagen, 23rd November 2016. Overview: There is an enormous amount of change going on in energy systems (technology (supply, demand and operation); economics; social preferences; environmental understanding, business models etc) which is leading to uncertainty Given this situation, energy policy decision-makers, when encouraging innovation: have to make the ‘right’ decisions, then be constantly vigilant about unforeseen consequences, and then be prepared to ‘re-set’ the policy to get it back on track this

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  • Presentation: The Role of Gas in the UK – current and future perspectives

    October 13, 2016

    Presentation: The Role of Gas in the UK – current and future perspectives

    The Role of Gas in the UK – current and future perspectives From: Richard Lowes & Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Future Gas research meeting, Copenhagen, 12-13th October 2016 Outline: Gas supply and future outlook Demand by sector and potential across sectors Key points: Increasing reliance on imports Carbon reduction implies little natural gas used for heat by 2050 and some for power Limited biomass resource for biogas and big questions over hydrogen Questions about reducing total energy use via energy efficiency measures     The presentation is available here: EPG Futuregas workshop slide  

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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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  • Presentation: Governing for Innovation Without Disruption in Energy Systems

    September 21, 2016

    Presentation: Governing for Innovation Without Disruption in Energy Systems

    Governing for Innovation Without Disruption in Energy Systems From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: BIEE Research Conference – Innovation and Disruption: the energy sector in transition, Oxford, 22nd September 2016 Outline: There is an enormous amount of change going on in energy systems (technology (supply, demand and operation); economics; social preferences; environmental understanding, business models etc) which is leading to uncertainty The accompanying paper is focused on energy system ‘disruption’ from a Government decision-makers point of view, it: Sets out general challenges facing energy system transformation Sets out the additional, specific challenges faced by GB Sets out principles

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  • Presentation: IGov Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance

    August 18, 2016

    Presentation: IGov Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance

    IGov Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: IGov Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance Roundtable, 20th July 2016 Outline: The energy system is undergoing fundamental and rapid change Range of different drivers Technology ICT Social preferences New business models Governance Much of this change in electricity sector Actors competing for space within uncoordinated markets and networks System changing – DNOs to DSO/DSP, decentralising, customers Currently technology racing ahead, infrastructure and regulations lagging – risks increased costs, undermining security and threatens transformation Multiple reports recognising need for governance change: DECC; Energy and Climate Change Committee;

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  • Presentation: Distribution Service Providers

    June 14, 2016

    Presentation: Distribution Service Providers

    Distribution Service Providers (DSP): a transformative energy system institution? From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC, 10 June 2016 Outline: Challenges facing energy system Opportunities facing energy system IGov ideas about transformative governance The importance of institutional governance Introduction to DSP The generic model New York REV model CA model   Download the presentation: CM IDB Washington DSP Slides

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  • Presentation: Introduction to DSO vs DSP

    May 27, 2016

    Presentation: Introduction to DSO vs DSP

    Introduction to DSO vs DSP… potential regulations and incentives From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: IGov DSP Roundtable, London, 26 May 2016 Outline: Challenges facing energy system Opportunities facing energy system IGov ideas about transformative governance IGov Governance Framework Introduction to DSO / DSP Quick Review of NY REV and 19 May 2016 Order   Download the presentation: IGov – Introduction to DSO vs

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  • Presentation: DSPs – Setting the context

    May 27, 2016

    Presentation: DSPs – Setting the context

    Setting the context: The current framework for innovation in distribution grids  From: Matthew Lockwood Presentation to: IGov DSP roundtable, London, 26h May 2016 Outline: Drivers of change Distributed generation already growing fast DSR for peak reductions? Smart grids concept Role of network regulation Opening up a space for R&D Amending the regulatory framework ED1 seen as a preparatory period DER beyond network needs – Example of DSR   Download the presentation: IGov – The current framework for innovation in distribution grids

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  • Presentation: Green innovation and regulatory institutions

    May 24, 2016

    Presentation: Green innovation and regulatory institutions

    Green innovation and regulatory institutions: The case of smart electricity grids in Great Britain From: Matthew Lockwood Presentation to: ESRC Seminar series – Green Innovation: Making it Work, Brussels, 18 May 2016 Outline: Smart grids as a green innovation goal The central role of regulation and its failure to drive innovation Two responses in British case Opening up a space for RD&D Amending the regulatory framework From demonstration to diffusion? Concluding observations   Download the presentation: ML Brussels May

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  • Presentation: Energy policy-making – challenges & opportunities

    May 23, 2016

    Presentation: Energy policy-making – challenges & opportunities

    Energy policy-making: domestic & European challenges and opportunities From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Clare Moody MEP, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, 20th May 2016 Outline: Overview What kind of energy system foundations do we want? Is a RE and EE secure? Yes What are the energy system challenges? Particular EU challenges Challenges and Opportunities Germany Transformative governance new value enablers   Download the presentation: Clare Moody at Exeter May

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