This conference will bring together policymakers and key stakeholders to discuss electricity market reform, as the new Parliament begins its work.
Delegates will assess the future of the Contracts for Difference regime and the Capacity Market auctions in the context of energy investment in the UK, following announcements that the European Commission is investigating Member State aid for energy supplies, as well as the practical and financial challenges of delivering EMR.
Further sessions will also focus on what more can be done to ensure the UK has the capacity to support growing energy demand, and the future of low carbon electricity generation and the next steps for policy.
We are delighted to be able to include in this seminar keynote addresses from Tim Lord, Head of CFD Budget, Allocation, Strategy and Engagement, Department of Energy and Climate Change; Adam Cooper, Associate Partner, Wholesale Markets, Ofgem; James Greenhalgh, EMR Stakeholder Manager, National Grid; Professor Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics and Assistant Director, Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge and a speaker confirmed from SSE.
Paul Bircham, Strategy & Regulation Director, Electricity North West; Andrew Hedges, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright; Ruth Herbert, Director of Strategy & External Relations, Low Carbon Contracts Company; Pavel Miller, Senior Policy Manager – Generation, Energy UK; Dr Doug Parr, Chief Scientist, Greenpeace UK; Nicholas Rock, Partner, Reed Smith and Chris Welby, Policy & Regulatory Affairs Director, Good Energy have also agreed to speak.
Rt Hon the Lord Whitty has kindly agreed to chair part of this seminar.
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