London, UK (PRWEB) May 20, 2014
Market Publishers Ltd is announced as a media partner of The Economist’s UK Energy 2014 event, taking place on the 10th of June 2014, London, the UK.
In the midst of a steady flow of headlines about rising bills and looming power outages, policy makers are facing an important dilemma – how to balance support for renewable energy with maintaining price stability and boosting energy security.
The ultimate outcome will impact investors, energy suppliers, consumers – not only at present but in the coming years.
The Economist’s UK Energy 2014 event is the most focused gathering of the industry stakeholders for a rational debate on the national energy agenda. The event will not only ask the urgent questions, but also focus on the activities and solutions needed to build a secure, budget-friendly, and low-carbon economy.
The Economist’s UK Energy 2014 Event
Date: June 10, 2014
Location: The HAC, London, the United Kingdom
Key questions to be answered include but are not limited to:
- Is UK energy policy still incomplete?
- Will the lights stay on? What are the risks to security of supply?
- Is the Government on target to deliver on its responsibilities?
- What role will nuclear, gas and alternatives play in the UK’s future energy mix?
- How should the energy market improve so that consumers get the best possible deal?
- Is the UK’s transition towards a low carbon economy stalling?
- What might generation capacity look like in 2040?
- What is technology’s potential to secure a clean energy future?
- Can you ever have low emissions and low prices?
- What conditions would enable the UK to become an exporter and not an importer of renewable energy?
Industry top voices will take to the stage this June:
- Tony Cocker, Chief Executive Officer, E.ON UK
- Steve Holliday, Chief Executive Officer, National Grid
- Edward Lucas, Energy Editor, The Economist
- Tim Yeo MP, Chair, Energy and Climate Change Select Committee
- Rt Hon Lord Deben, Chairman, Committee on Climate Change
- Samuel Leupold, Executive Vice-president; Head, Wind Power, DONG Energy
- Vincent de Rivaz, Chief Executive, EDF Energy
- Juliet Davenport, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Good Energy
- Angela Knight CBE, Chief Executive, Energy UK
- Derek Lickorish, MBE, Chairman, Fuel Poverty Advisory Group
- Tom Delay, Chief Executive, The Carbon Trust
- Katja Hall, Chief Policy Director, CBI
- Robert Gross, Director, Centre for Energy Policy and Technology
Please note that Market Publishers’ registered customers are eligible for special discounts.
To register at MarketPublishers.com please visit our Registration Page.