4:30 PM - 7:00 PM, 26 March 2018
Imperial College London,
Ensuring energy security is a central goal of energy policy in most countries. The UK is no exception.
This event will present the findings of our latest research into the how the increasingly rapid changes in the energy sector may impact future UK energy security.
Through the assessment of new energy scenarios, 'The Security of UK Energy Futures' considers how energy security in the UK could change up to 2050.
By using a 'dashboard' of energy security indicators that cover aspects such as reliability, availability, affordability and sustainability, the report explores how energy security may be impacted by a number of issues. Considerations include future economic and climate policy, technical capability and the roll-out of low carbon technologies, fuel prices, achievement of climate targets and our future relationship with the EU.
Joins us on the 26th March 16.30-19.00 to explore these and other issues that may impact the UK’s future energy security.
16.30 - 17.10: Report launch and presentation of key findings
17.10 - 18.00: An expert panel, Chaired by Emily Gosden (The Times) will discuss the issues raised. The expert panel is formed by:
Dan Monzani, Director of Energy Security at BEIS
Joan MacNaughton, Chair of The Climate Group and of the Energy Academy of Europe
Simon Durk, Market Insights Manager, National Grid
18.00 - 19.00: Networking and drinks reception
Location: City and Guilds Building, Imperial College London, accessed via Exhibition Road (SW7 1AL). The room for the event is LT 664. The reception after the event will be held in the foyer on the ground floor.
To access the City and Guilds Building, please enter the camus via the main entrance on Exhibition Road (through the revolving doors). The City and Guilds building is behind the reception to the left. Then take the lift to the sixth floor, where directions to lecture theatre 664 will be signposted.