Presentations

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

  • Presentation: Introductory Slides IGov 1 Final Conference

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: Introductory Slides IGov 1 Final Conference

    Introductory Slides – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline Welcome Basic argument of the day Parallel Session Agenda Plan for the day   Download the slides here: Intro_Mitchell

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  • Presentation: Principles for GB Energy Governance Change

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: Principles for GB Energy Governance Change

    Principles for GB Energy Governance Change From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline Definitions IGov approach General challenges of transforming energy systems Specific GB problems to solve Principles of Institutional Reform Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance Framework Institutions in New Framework Matching principles to institutional reform within the IGov Framework Summary   Download the slides here: IGov Principles_Mitchell

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  • Presentation: GB Political Stability, Transparency and Legitimacy

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: GB Political Stability, Transparency and Legitimacy

    GB Political Stability, Transparency and Legitimacy From: Matthew Lockwood Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline The problem: sudden changes in policy and little medium-term direction Three routes to long-term political stability of direction for policy (‘credible commitment’) in energy transformations? Download the slides here: Politics_Lockwood

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  • Presentation: Local Energy Markets

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: Local Energy Markets

    Local Energy Markets From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance Framework Within the current system No local markets in terms of co-ordination of energy and services in local area New value thinking –being able to buy and sell where customer wants with co-ordination     Download the slides here: LEMs_Mitchell

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  • Presentation: The Importance of Data

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: The Importance of Data

    The Importance of Data From: Antony Froggatt Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline Data Growth Oppertunities Barriers   Download the slides here: Data_Froggatt

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  • Presentation: Creating a People Centered Energy System

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: Creating a People Centered Energy System

    Creating a People Centered Energy System From: Richard Hoggett Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline Drivers of demand and the need for a whole systems approach Moving away from the supply side and D3 Locality, ownership and expectations Changing the governance system   Download the slides here: people_hoggett

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  • Presentation: System Coordination

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: System Coordination

    System Coordination From: Matthew Lockwood Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline High-level strategic coordination issues Who will coordinate? –CCC, NIC, Ofgem, BEIS, National Grid? Is there a case for a new ‘Energy Agency’? More detailed architecture and delivery Again, who will coordinate? IET SA suggestion, ISO? A transformation is not Download the slides here: Coordination_Lockwood

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  • Presentation: How to Fund Change

    February 24, 2017

    Presentation: How to Fund Change

    How to Fund Change From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: IGov 1 Final Confernce – Energy Governance: New ideas, new institutions, new people. 6th December 2016, British Academy, London Outline Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance Framework Institutions in New Framework Costs of Staying the Same How to Fund It Conclusion and Audience Question New (performance based) regulatory thinking –creating value via the DSPs   Download the slides here: Funding_Mitchell

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  • Presentation: What is transforming the energy sector?

    February 13, 2017

    Presentation: What is transforming the energy sector?

    What is transforming the energy sector? From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Chatham House Energy Transitions conference, November 28-29, Royal Society, London Outline Energy sector economics is changing (because of energy technologies and ICT abilities, and therefore turning energy system upside down Conventional energy system wisdoms (eg the importance of baseload) are being overturned This implies a completely different system.   The presentation is available here: Mitchell Chatham House 29 November

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  • Presentation: The UK’s Decision to leave the EU – implications for energy and climate change

    December 13, 2016

    Presentation: The UK’s Decision to leave the EU – implications for energy and climate change

    The UK’s Decision to leave the EU – implications for energy and climate change From: Matthew Lockwood and Antony Froggatt Presentation to: DBEIS and DEEU, 24th November 2016 Outline: Introduction Issues that will determine nature of relationship Lessons from other EU energy relationships Recommendations   The presentation is available here: 20161129-brexit-energy-ch-BIES-final

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