Presentations

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

  • Presentation: German Sustainable Transition – Governance Enablers & Constraints

    October 10, 2014

    Presentation: German Sustainable Transition – Governance Enablers & Constraints

    German Sustainable Transition – Governance Enablers & Constraints From: Caroline Kuzemko To: Ofgem, 9 October 2014 Summary – Phase II: longer history of action (renewables/R&D) – Learning (what policies/regulations/infrastructure change at what stage) – Policy and institutional change: coordination – Finance: KfW, greater public support – Greater distributed authority and local differences – Culture of anti-centralised power/big companies and of municipalities/community (and of angst) – Growing security, pricing (who pays) and grid concerns – Market structure and efficiency policy being reworked – Political recognition that miss emissions target (DS)   Download presentation:  German Sustainable Transition-Oct14  

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  • Presentation: Governance and disruptive energy systems

    September 30, 2014

    Presentation: Governance and disruptive energy systems

    Governance and disruptive energy systems From: Catherine Mitchell To: International Workshop on Incumbent-Challenger Interactions, Stuttgart, 22 September 2014 Outline – Brief discussion of ‘conventional energy system’ and practice change – The current situation in GB electricity – New factors affecting the GB electricity system – Wider potentially disruptive influences elsewhere in world – Considers whether these influences / factors are strong enough to disrupt GB – Discussion on definitions   Download presentation:  Mitchell Stuttgart Final 2014   Download full conference paper: Stuttgart conf paper – Draft

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  • Presentation: Understanding the Politics of UK Sustainable Energy Transition: Governance and Outcomes

    July 14, 2014

    Presentation: Understanding the Politics of UK Sustainable Energy Transition: Governance and Outcomes

    Understanding the Politics of UK Sustainable Energy Transition: Governance and Outcomes From: Caroline Kuzemko To: Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS), June 2014 Outline: Initial IGov observations: High rate of governance changes (legal targets) but less sustainable energy system or market change Big 6 dominate market; high barriers to entry; renewable energy (4%) and efficiency slow to develop Fossil fuels dominate (increased coal) and subsidies continue… Innovation and Governance: a series of complex interactions mediate between governance changes and sustainable energy outcomes Download presentation: CK IASSBerlin

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  • Presentation: Climate Norm Creation and Interactions with Energy Governance

    July 14, 2014

    Presentation: Climate Norm Creation and Interactions with Energy Governance

    Climate Norm Creation and Interactions with Energy Governance From: Caroline Kuzemko To: BISA Annual Conference, Dublin, June 2014 Outline: Paper explores EU climate benchmarking: How and why benchmarks are constructed – both revealing some of the assumptions behind them and considering how these become embedded in climate and energy governance Compliance at the national level: (UK and Germany) – increasingly important but reveals complexities and tensions Climate governance interacts with energy policies and the specific ways in which this takes place has consequences for climate benchmarks Approach – broadly a constructivist IPE approach (institutions) Themes: Benchmarks as

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  • Presentation: UK Energy Governance: Change, Capacity and Interactions

    July 14, 2014

    Presentation: UK Energy Governance: Change, Capacity and Interactions

    UK Energy Governance: Change, Capacity and Interactions From: Caroline Kuzemko To: Inaugural Workshop of the Energy and Governance Group, Canterbury Christ Church University, June 2014 Outline: UK Energy Governance: High Quantity of Changes (2000s) Type, Scale and Timing Complexity of Change: multiple drivers and framings of energy 4 Key Problematiques…   Download presentation: Canterbury-June

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  • Presentation: Comparative political economy of sustainable energy transitions

    July 10, 2014

    Presentation: Comparative political economy of  sustainable energy transitions

    Comparative political economy of sustainable energy transitions From: Matthew Lockwood To: UKERC Annual Assembly,  10th July 2014 Outline A primary interest of IGov is the politics of sustainable energy transitions/transformations, especially political dynamics. Countries are evolving in different ways and there is some diversity, so this involves comparative politics. As part of the project we are working to develop a framework to help examine and expain these issues. This presentation - outlines the framework - Illustrates it by looking at renewable electricity in the UK, Germany and Denmark - Discusses IGov and is forthcoming comparative work Download presentation: Comparative political

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  • Meeting 2: Presentation to Advisory Group

    June 17, 2014

    Meeting 2: Presentation to Advisory Group

    Presentation to Advisory Group – Second Meeting May 2014 Outline: Update on IGov progress to date (RH) Summary of Phase 1 work (WP 1 & 2) – theory of change presentation (CK) Summary on Phase 2 work to date on UK Rules and Regulations (WP 3) – conference presentation (CM) Outline of further areas of phase 2 (WP 4 and 5) (ML) You can download this presentation here: IGov Advisory Group Meeting 2 presentation

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  • Opening Presentation

    June 13, 2014

    Opening Presentation

    Introduction to IGov Progressive Energy Governance conference From: Catherine Mitchell Outline: Introduction to IGov Introduction to the day My no. 1 governance change Download presentation: Opening Presentation

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  • IGov Presentation: current rules and incentives

    June 13, 2014

    IGov Presentation: current rules and incentives

    Current rules and incentives: innovation in the energy system and emerging governance themes From: Catherine Mitchell, Matthew Lockwood, Richard Hoggett, Caroline Kuzemko Outline: Placing energy demand at the centre Demand side policies find it difficult to make headway in the current energy system IGov Approach for Phase 2 Theme 1: Treatment of Risk – Case Study of Networks Theme 2 – Theory versus Reality: Case Study Domestic Consumers Theme 3: Information, Knowledge and Decision Making – Case Study: Generation and an Electricity Market to encourage flexibility Theme 4: Distribution of Costs and Benefits Explanation of IGov

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  • Presentations: Policies for Climate Change

    June 11, 2014

    Presentations: Policies for Climate Change

    Transformational Climate Science: The challenge of mitigation – the outcomes of the Working Group III report    The Transformational Climate Science conference took place at the University of Exeter on 15 and 16 May 2014. As part of this Professor Catherine Mitchell gave two talks on policy and climate change, based on the IPCC Working Group III report – which are below, along with the presentation and video from WGIII Co-Chair Professor Ottmar Edenhofer. In addition to these, two further presentations from WGIII are also available via these links – firstly, Professor John Barrett’s slides and

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