Presentations

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

  • Presentation: EV Workshop Introduction

    June 15, 2018

    Presentation: EV Workshop Introduction

    EV Workshop Introduction, IGov and EVs From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Innovation & governance of the power sector to enable a high penetration of electric vehicles, Chatham House, London, 12th June 2018 Summary Definitions Carbon budgets Value in the energy system Governance Energy system transformation Governance needs for EVs   This presentation can be found here: Mitchell IGov EV Workshop 12 June

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  • Presentation: Innovation & governance to enable a high penetration of electric vehicles

    June 15, 2018

    Presentation: Innovation & governance to enable a high penetration of electric vehicles

    Innovation and governance to enable a high penetration of electric vehicles  From: Antony Froggatt Presentation to: Innovation & governance of the power sector to enable a high penetration of electric vehicles, Chatham House, London, 12th June 2018 Summary Agenda EV Deployment – points of infulence Environmental control Global forcasts Impact on power demand Falling storage costs Charging infrastructure Corporate engagement   This presentation can be found here: froggatt

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  • Presentation: Challenge to the Government, the Regulator and the monopoly companies

    June 6, 2018

    Presentation: Challenge to the Government, the Regulator and the monopoly companies

    Challenge to the Government, the Regulator and the monopoly companies: help fix our failed governance system From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Oxford Energy Colloquia, 5 June 2018, Oxford Summary Review the CCC carbon budgets and what we are on target to achieve The ‘easy’ GHG reductions undertaken for electricity;  minimal heat and transport reductions GB needs more policies, but it also needs governance to ensure policies are implemented (rhetoric versus practice) Governance fit for a 21 C Energy System The four key dimensions of a fit-for-purpose GB energy governance framework Case Study of All-but broken Governance

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  • Presentation: Alternative models – is moving to a DSO the right approach?

    May 24, 2018

    Presentation: Alternative models – is moving to a DSO the right approach?

    Alternative models – is moving to a DSO the right approach? From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: Utility Week Live, 23 May 2019 Summary Definitions of DER, DSO, DSP Underlying arguments for DSP Understanding DER value System design Challenges and solutions Why DSPs are better Who should become a DSP? How does regulation need to change? A timescale for change Conclusions   This presentation can be found here: Mitchell DNO to DSO – Delivering the Power System of the Future

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  • Presentation: Innovation & governance in the British energy transition

    May 17, 2018

    Presentation: Innovation & governance in the British energy transition

    Innovation and governance in the British energy transitions From: Matthew Lockwood Presentation to: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, 14th May 2018 Summary The British energy transition to date The GB energy governance approach Challenges for the next phase of transition   This presentation can be found here: Lockwood Innovation & govenance in the GB energy system

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  • Presentation: Assessing market arrangements and getting the best deal for users

    April 27, 2018

    Presentation: Assessing market arrangements and getting the best deal for users

    Assessing market arrangements and getting the best deal for users From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: WEET Forum – Priorities for the UK Energy Market: competition, infrastructure and innovation, 26th April 2018, London Summary Getting the best deal for users – much broader than p/unit – more to do with having governance  arrangements which deliver the services that users want Best deal for users with respect to decarbonisation: a new ‘user’ proposition Best deal for users  with respect to the services users want and cost of service:  we need a new energy system structure We need process and

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  • Presentation: Smart Lessons from States of USA and Australia

    March 26, 2018

    Presentation: Smart Lessons from States of USA and Australia

    Smart Lessons from States of USA and Australia  From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: BEIS, Brown Bag Lunch, 22nd March 2018 Summary Australia is an example of where the ‘future’ energy system is already happening Came from one big mistake of traditional regulatory mechanism combined with technology cost reductions;  Government / Regulator not waking up to situation / taking action fast enough;  plus governance which is difficult to change NYS was given mandate by people of NYS after Hurricane Sandy and has proactively torn up rule book to put in place fit-for-purpose governance for sustainable technologies and

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  • Presentation: The Market Implications of the Brooklyn Micro Grid

    February 1, 2018

    Presentation: The Market Implications of the Brooklyn Micro Grid

    The Market Implications of the Brooklyn Micro Grid  From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: I-REMB Advisory Board, Copenhagen 30th Jan 2018 Summary Overview of the Brookyn Microgrid and LO3energy Transactive energy and blockchain Implications for the market and energy provision Challenges and realities Future markets and regulator innovation   This presentation can be found here:  I-REMB AG Jan

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  • Presentation: Innovation and governance for future energy systems – what role will distribution companies play?

    October 31, 2017

    Presentation: Innovation and governance for future energy systems – what role will distribution companies play?

    The ideas behind the IGov ‘straw’ Fit-for-Purpose GB Energy Governance Framework From: Catherine Mitchell Presentation to: DTU, 26th October, Copenhagen Seminar Points IGov Governance Framework is derived from evidence via case studies We took the Framework developed in IGov1, and have reduced it to 4 dimensions which are interconnected and overlapping. No one dimension is sufficient to enable the energy transformation. I will skip 3 dimensions and concentrate on the role of distribution. Denmark not necessarily an average country when it comes to transformation – in terms of size; geography; population; environmental literacy etc It would

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  • Presentation: RIIO ED-I Tables, based on Ofgem Review figures

    October 16, 2017

    Presentation: RIIO ED-I Tables, based on Ofgem Review figures

    RIIO ED-I Tables, based on Ofgem Review figures From: Catherine Mitchell, Helen Poulter & Richard Hoggett Presentation to: e-Lab, October 2017, Albuquerque The presentation can be downloaded here

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