Presentations

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

  • 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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  • Presentation: Governing for Demand Management Innovations in Germany

    April 12, 2016

    Presentation: Governing for Demand Management Innovations in Germany

    Governing for Demand Management Innovations in Germany From: Caroline Kuzemko  To: Ofgem, London – 17 March 2016 Outline: The IGov project Demand management defined Overview of demand/flexibility in Germany Overview of German transition governance Demand policies, issues and potential solutions: Energy Efficiency Distributed energy Demand side response/flexibility What can we take from this?   Download the presentation: Kuzemko-Ofgem-March

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  • Presentation: The Political Economy of Energy Transitions

    April 7, 2016

    Presentation: The Political Economy of Energy Transitions

    The Political Economy of Energy Transitions in Germany and Britain From: Caroline Kuzemko  To: PSA Annual Conference, Brighton – 22 March 2016 Outline: Variety in Sustainable Energy Transitions Explaining Differences Bringing Insights Together Germany’s Transition in Domestic Context Britain’s Transition in Context Conclusions   Download the presentation: Kuzemko-PSA-March

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  • Presentation: Transformative energy governance

    March 31, 2016

    Presentation: Transformative energy governance

    Transformative energy governance: is there cause for optimism? From: Catherine Mitchell Plenary to: American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco – 30th March 2016 Outline: Challenges of energy system transformation Energy system changes Transformative governance lagging in most countries Next steps in transformative governance   Download the presentation: AAG March

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  • Presentation: Governance of energy systems transformation

    March 24, 2016

    Presentation: Governance of energy systems transformation

    Governance of energy systems transformation: emergence or design? From: Catherine Mitchell To: Energy Systems Challenges in a World in Transition, Oxford – 22nd March 2016 Outline: GB energy system challenges Energy system changes The ‘whole’ system is transformative New (performance based) regulatory thinking   Download the presentation: UKERC March

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  • Presentation: The Future of the Electricity Utilities

    March 4, 2016

    Presentation: The Future of the Electricity Utilities

    The Future of the Electricity Utilities From: Catherine Mitchell To: The Future of the Electricity Utilities Project, Asian Stakeholder Meeting, British Consulate, Hong Kong – 3rd March 2016 Outline: What are the drivers for change within energy systems? Is Europe an outlier? NY REV as an example of ‘new’ regulatory thinking Can we expect drivers for change to spread around the globe? What implications does this have for governance? What are the implications of this for Asia?   Download the presentation: Future of Utilities

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  • Webinar: debate on renewable energy support auctions

    February 18, 2016

    Webinar: debate on renewable energy support auctions

    Debate on renewable energy support auctions This webinar is part of the AURES project that we are a partner within. AURES is a European research project on auctions for renewable energy support (RES) in the EU. The general objective of the project is to promote an effective use and efficient implementation of auctions to improve the performance of electricity from renewable energy sources in Europe. Find out more: http://auresproject.eu/ This webinar was one of eight carried out over the last few months that have provided information and insights on designing and participating in auctions for

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