Presentations

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

  • Presentation: The State of the Power Sector in Europe

    May 7, 2015

    Presentation: The State of the Power Sector in Europe

    The State of the Power Sector in Europe From: Catherine Mitchell To: The Future of Utilities – European Workshop, Chatham House, 28 April 2015 Outline What is the current state of the utilities in Europe? Where is there existential threat for incumbents? i.e Where are the changes most visible? And what have the drivers been? What are the consequences for existing energy systems? Electricity utility structures? Institutional frameworks Role of the State Should Change Tension Key Indicators of Change   Download presentation: The State of the Power Sector in Europe More information on the Future of Utilities Workshop 

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  • Presentations: Thailand’s Solar PV Roadmap Initiative and the Governance of Energy Transition

    May 5, 2015

    Presentations: Thailand’s Solar PV Roadmap Initiative and the Governance of Energy Transition

    Thailand’s Solar PV Roadmap Initiative and the Governance of Energy Transition From: Matthew Lockwood To: Thailand’s Solar PV Roadmap Initiative and the Governance of Energy Transition, April 22nd, 2015, Bangkok  Overview: Organised by the Energy Research Institute at Chulalongkorn University, the Ministry of Energy and the British Embassy Bangkok, this event was part of a project to help inform strategies for future energy reform in Thailand – the full agenda is available here. As part of the event Matthew Lockwood from the the IGov team gave two presentations to share lessons from our research on renewable policies and governance issues within

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  • Germany’s decentralized energy revolution

    April 17, 2015

    Germany’s decentralized energy revolution

    This presentation has been added with the kind permission of Christoph Burger from ESMT (European School of Management and Technology), Berlin. The presentation: Germany’s decentralized energy revolution can be downloaded here, it covers: Energiewende – what does it mean? Energiewende – implications for utilities Energiewende – searching for successful business models   Use these links to find out more about the work of  Christoph Burger and of ESMT.  

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  • Presentation: The politics of renewable electricity in the UK

    March 31, 2015

    Presentation: The politics of renewable electricity in the UK

    The politics of renewable electricity in the UK: the roles of policy feedback and institutional context From: Matthew Lockwood To: Sustainable Energy Planning Research Group, Aalborg University, Denmark, 17th March 2015 Outline Renewable Energy in UK, Denmark and Germany Energy Policy in the wider political context Policy Feedback UK perspectives Conclusions    Download presentation: The Politics of Renewable Electricity

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  • Presentation: The IGov Project

    March 31, 2015

    Presentation: The IGov Project

    The IGov Project  From: Catherine Mitchell To: Steve Sorrell at Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, 30th March 2015 Outline Energy Policy Group IGov Overview Energy Demand Research Questions and Approach   Phase 1: theoretical framework Innovation Governance Change and Inertia Institutionalist approach   Phase 2: GB and Comparative Countries UK Rules and Incentives Comparative Countries Case Studies   Phase 3: Bringing it Together   Download presentation: CIED March

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  • Presentation: GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities

    March 17, 2015

    Presentation: GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities

    GB Energy Policy – constraints and opportunities From: Catherine Mitchell To: Cornwall Energy Island, Eden Project, 17th March 2015 Outline How is energy policy developing at EU level? How is energy developing in GB? What is way forward?   Download presentation: Cornwall Energy Island 

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  • Our response to the ECC Fuelling the debate inquiry

    March 12, 2015

    Our response to the ECC Fuelling the debate inquiry

    Fuelling the debate: ECC Committee successes and future challenges On 12th March 2015 the House of Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee published their latest inquiry. This provided a review of their work over the course of the last Parliament and looked forward to ask what the energy system in 2030 might look like and what are the immediate challenges which need to be overcome in the next parliament might be. Prof. Catherine Mitchell was one of eight panel members asked to give their views on the future of challenges for energy and climate policy at the

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  • Presentation: The IGov Project

    February 25, 2015

    Presentation: The IGov Project

    The IGov Project  From: Catherine Mitchell, Caroline Kuzemko, Richard Hoggett and Matthew Lockwood To: RCUK Strategy Fellowship Team, 23rd February 2015 Outline Energy Policy Group IGov Overview Energy Demand Research Questions and Approach   Phase 1: theoretical framework Innovation Governance Change and Inertia Institutionalist approach   Phase 2: GB and Comparative Countries UK Rules and Incentives Comparative Countries Case Studies   Phase 3: Bringing it Together   Download presentation: Skea-team-Feb

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  • Presentation: UK energy policy and the role of community energy

    February 12, 2015

    Presentation: UK energy policy and the role of community energy

    From ‘dirty’ energy to sustainable energy: UK Energy Policy and the role of community energy  From: Catherine Mitchell To: Exeter Community Energy, Exeter, 10th February 2015  Outline How is energy developing at EU / global level? Much more practice change (ie increased renewables; new companies; more community energy) happening in countries other than GB   How is energy developing in GB? Energy, anyway always political, has become very political under the coalition Focus on nuclear power Lip service to renewables, efficient energy demand management, energy demand reduction, community energy etc Some changes at city / community level driven

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  • 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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