Presentations

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

  • Presentation: Innovation and Energy Governance

    February 5, 2016

    Presentation: Innovation and Energy Governance

    Innovation and Energy Governance – lessons to be learned from New York State? From: Catherine Mitchell To:  SPRU Friday Seminar, University of Sussex, 5th February 2016 Outline Introduction to IGov What is the energy governance problem? New York REV as an interesting example Lessons to be learned for NY REV for GB   Download presentation: SPRU slides 5-02-16  

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  • Presentation: Energy Policy – a global move to renewables and energy efficiency

    November 13, 2015

    Presentation: Energy Policy – a global move to renewables and energy efficiency

    Energy Policy – a global move to renewables and energy efficiency From: Catherine Mitchell To:  Global Conversation, American Museum of Natural History,  New York, 12th November 2015 Outline The world is still fossil fuel dominated There are some rapid changes happening Renewables deployment is happening quicker than expected The way systems are operated is changing Flexibility, integration and decentralisation is increasingly important Utilities are restructuring Public discourse is changing   Download presentation: New York Global Conversation Find out more about the University of Exeter Global Conversation

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  • Presentation: Introduction to Code Governance

    November 3, 2015

    Presentation: Introduction to Code Governance

    Introduction to Code Governance From: Matthew Lockwood To:  Code Governance for the 21st Century, Reform Club, London, 16th October 2015 Outline History Issues CMA Energy Investigation Possible Remedies Ofgem Further Review Other proposals Some principles for governance Codes in the wider governance landscape A possible model for code governance   Download presentation: Codes governance workshop intro Oct

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  • Presentation: Tomorrow’s Utilities – what future?

    October 9, 2015

    Presentation: Tomorrow’s Utilities – what future?

    Tomorrow’s Utilities – what future? From: Catherine Mitchell To:  Tomorrow’s Utilities: What Future, or Will there be a Future? Cornwall Energy Event, 6 Oct 2015, London Outline GB an outlier What future for conventional utilities? What does this depend on? Characteristics of future utilities Can conventional utilities continue to dominate if they change their BMs?   Download presentation: Tomorrow’s Utilities – what future?  

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  • Presentation: Heat and the City Community

    September 30, 2015

    Presentation: Heat and the City Community

    Heat and the City Community: The institutional roots of Danish energy conversion efficiency From: Matthew Lockwood To:  University of Edinburgh, September 2015 Outline The two faces of Danish energy efficiency DH shares in residential heating Share of CHP in electricity generation Conventional story – the 1970s oil crisis as trigger Historical institutionalism Total heat demand The 1970s oil shocks as ‘critical juncture’ Policy response Politics of the 1970s ‘critical juncture’ Expansion of DH 1981-2013 Evolution – the return of decentralised CHP, the introduction of renewable fuels and new opportunities for balancing Conclusions and implications for UK  

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  • Presentation: Energy System of the Future

    September 23, 2015

    Presentation: Energy System of the Future

    Energy System of the Future From: Catherine Mitchell To:  SET Plan conference 2015- Research, innovation and competitiveness for the Energy Union, Luxembourg 21-22 September 2015 Outline Technology challenges System change & new opportunities Good Governance Research & Innovation   Download presentation: CM SETPlan 2015  Conference Information: http://www.setplan2015.lu

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  • Presentation: Governance & transition to a sustainable energy system

    September 22, 2015

    Presentation: Governance & transition to a sustainable energy system

    Governance and transition to a sustainable energy system: how institutions, rules and incentives in Great Britain support the current system and undermine change From: Catherine Mitchell To:  Incumbent-Challenger Dynamics in Energy Transitions, Freie Universität, Berlin, 18-09-15 Outline GB Policy since 2010 What is Governance? Rules & Incentives Future Governance   Download presentation: Governance & transtion to a sustainable energy system  Workshop Agenda: Workshop-Norge-Tyskland-Challenger-incumbent

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  • Presentation: Heat and the City Community

    September 17, 2015

    Presentation: Heat and the City Community

    Heat and the City Community: The institutional roots of Danish energy conversion efficiency From: Matthew Lockwood To: University of Edinburgh, September 2015 Download presentation: ML Edinburgh September

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  • Presentation: The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy Transitions

    September 17, 2015

    Presentation: The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy Transitions

    The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy Transitions: Institutions, Contingency and Contestations From: Caroline Kuzemko To: International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Sussex, 28-08-15 Outline An inter-disciplinary approach to conceptualising governance for sustainable energy innovations and explaining differential pace and degree of transitions The concept of governance we apply recognises that not all governing is done by government: multiple actors STT tell us a lot about how socio-technical systems operate and change; winners /losers BUT too little on contestation, policy change and broader political (macro) contexts New Institutionalism details on political context; how policy change: recognition that there is a problem,

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  • Presentation: Paradigm Shift in the Electricity Sector

    September 14, 2015

    Presentation: Paradigm Shift in the Electricity Sector

    Paradigm Shift in the Electricity Sector From: Ranjit Bharvirkar To: Seminar Presented at Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai 05-02-15 Outline This is a guest powerpoint of electricity system change and governance needs by Ranjit Bharvirkar, who works for RAP on their India Programme  Download presentation: IIT-Mumbai_Presentation_RanjitBharvirkar

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