Presentations

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

  • 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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  • Presentation: Energy policy-making in a time of rapidly changing technologies & social preferences

    May 17, 2016

    Presentation: Energy policy-making in a time of rapidly changing technologies & social preferences

    Energy policy-making in a time of rapidly changing technologies and social preferences From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: ESRC-DECC seminar on the transition to renewables, DECC – 17th May 2016 Outline: The energy world is undergoing rapid change: Energy technologies (supply, demand and operation) are decentralising New means, and requirements, of system operation and integration are occurring Global investment patterns are moving to RE from FF Social preferences and ownership Public policy momentum around the world to ‘clean’ away from ‘dirty’ There are considerable energy system challenges which are difficult to meet with current governance system

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  • Presentation: Energy Transformation

    April 26, 2016

    Presentation: Energy Transformation

    Energy Transformation: future challenges and opportunities From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: The Future of Environmental Politics – Environmental Politics of the Future. Celebrating 30 years of the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU), Freie Universität Berlin – 26th April 2016 Outline: Global CO2 may have flattened; now need to reduce it There are considerable energy system challenges BUT opportunities as well There has been lots of change in some countries but needs to spread those changes to more countries, and at a quicker rate Need more transformational innovation BAU not good enough Very few transformational innovation mechanisms

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  • Presentation: Transformative Governance

    April 14, 2016

    Presentation: Transformative Governance

    Transformative Governance: Speeding up change in global energy systems From: Catherine Mitchell Colloquium to: Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkley – 13 April 2016 Outline: What is energy governance?; Why is it important; What is Transformative Governance What characterises transformative governance versus other innovative or progressive governance Current challenges to be met – Opportunities of change to be captured Significant energy system changes (and opportunities) are already happening in some countries – derive from a few transformative mechanisms Its not only governance change we need,  but transformative governance change What characterises transformative governance? Examples How transferable is

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  • Presentation: Governing for Demand Management Innovations in Germany – Surprises

    April 13, 2016

    Presentation: Governing for Demand Management Innovations in Germany – Surprises

    Governing for Demand Management Innovations in Germany: Surprises From: Caroline Kuzemko  To: Ofgem, London – 17 March 2016 Outline: The IGov project Demand defined Aspects of German governance for demand management and wider Energiewende that I hadn’t expected…   Download the presentation: Kuzemko-Ofgem-March

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  • Presentation: Climate policy under the consolidation state

    April 12, 2016

    Presentation: Climate policy under the consolidation state

    “Dear Energy Secretary, I’m afraid to tell you there is no money”: Climate policy under the consolidation state From: Matthew Lockwood  To: Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Brighton – 23 March 2016  Outline: Sustainable development and political economy Dynamics of democratic capitalism Delayed crisis in the US Politics of tax under the consolidation state Should the government increase tax and spending? Consequences for climate policy Concluding thoughts   Download the presentation:  MLockwood PSA conf

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