BIEE's 11th Research Conference – ‘Innovation and disruption: the energy sector in transition’

Start/Stop Date:
21–22 Sep 2016
Organiser:
British Institute of Energy Economics
Venue:
St John’s College, Oxford, OX1 3JP, United Kingdom
Focus Areas:
Impact of innovation and disruption on the energy sector
Type of Event:
Conference

For more information visit the conference website

Join us at the BIEE’s 11th Oxford research conference  which will bring together some of today's most influential industry leaders, policymakers and academics to explore the big trends and likely discontinuities in energy over the next five to ten years and to look at how innovation will change the future energy mix and the thrust of policy.
Delegates will participate in two days of stimulating, interactive discussion and debate on the impact of innovation and disruption on the energy sector and gain an overview of how “innovation” -  not just technological innovation but innovations in policy and the way energy developments are financed -  will transform the energy sector in the next five to ten years.

Confirmed plenary speakers include:

  • Charles Hendry (BIEE President and former Energy Minister)
  • Barbara Buchner (of Climate Policy Initiative and named one of the top 20 most influential women in climate change )
  • Angela Strank, Chief Scientist and Head of Technology, Downstream Segment, BP plc
  • Volker Beckers, Former CEO, RWE npower
  • James Leaton, Research Director Carbon Tracker Initiative
  • Steve Jennings,  Partner and Leader, UK Power and Utilities, PwC
  • Mariana Mazzucato, Professor in the Economics of Innovation at the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex and author of The Entrepreneurial State: debunking public vs. private sector myths)
  • Michael Pollitt, Prof of Business Economics, Cambridge Energy Policy Research Group & Judge Business School

For more information visit the conference website