Presentations

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

  • Presentation: IGov

    November 27, 2014

    Presentation: IGov

    Innovation, Governance and Affordability for a Sustainable and Secure Economy From: Catherine Mitchell To: University of Exeter Business School, Exeter, 26 November 2014 Outline Why is it important to have innovation / change? Climate change policy Short explanation of energy situation in UK Changing economics of energy Embracing change Constraining change Final outcomes for country, customers and citizens   Download presentation: Business School-Nov 14 If you would like a copy of the full ppt presentation with the accompanying notes and detailed references please email us

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  • 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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