Looking to 2020: what should the incoming government's energy policy priorities be?

Energy Futures Lab, in association with the British Institute of Energy Economics (BIEE) and the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC), are hosting a joint meeting to debate the energy policy manifestos of the main political parties ahead of the general election on May 7. The format will be short introductory remarks from panel members followed by a panel debate with Q&A, concluding with a drinks reception.

Topic – Looking to 2020: what should the incoming government’s energy policy priorities be?

Chair – Mr Charles Hendry MP, President of the BIEE and former Minister of State for Energy.

Panel

Mr Tim Yeo MP, Chair of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee
Baroness Bryony Worthington, Shadow Spokesperson for Energy and Climate Change
Mr Matthew Spencer, Director of Green Alliance
Mr Jeremy Nicholson, Director of Energy Intensive Users Group

Agenda

18:00 – Registration and Coffee
18:30 – Panel discussion
19:30 – Drinks reception

Venue

The lecture will be held in room G16 of the Sir Alexander Fleming Building at Imperial College London. It is building 33 on the campus map with an entrance on Imperial College road.