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s16th September 2020, 21st October 2020 and 18th November 2020

15th September 2021

"Development (Evolution) of the UK Electricity System to meet the requirements of Zero Carbon"

Yonna Vitanova, Renewble UK

"Hydrogen in the gas networks:"

National Grid Gas

Lloyd Mitchell (Hydrogen Engineering Lead, FutureGrid) and Suki Ferris (Hydrogen Gas Market Plan Lead) from National Grid Gas Transmission (NGGT) will provide an overview of several gas network hydrogen projects in development, including a deep dive into FutureGrid and Project Cavendish.  

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13th October 2021

“A Consultants Perspective on the Ten Point Plan”

Felix Ritchie, Business Manager, Frazer-Nash Consultancy

“An overview of advanced nuclear technologies and the contribution they can make to achieving Net Zero”

Sukhbinder Singh, Senior Consultant, Frazer-Nash Consultancy

17th November 2021

“Ten Point Plan and Market Intervention”

Professor Gordon A Hughes

Professor Hughes is a former Professor of Political Economy at the University of Edinburgh, and was a senior adviser on energy, water and environmental policy at the World Bank until 2001. He maintains his academic affiliation as a Professor of Economics at the University of Edinburgh.


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The UK Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution

A series of webinars replacing our usual single day September Seminar.

Each will run from 10:00 to 12:00, allowing time for any questions you may wish to ask.

The IPowerE is a leading independent international forum for networking and promotion of knowledge in the field of power and energy and we have lined up an impressive set of presenters on the very topical subject of the UK's Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.

Should the speakers and topics have triggered any questions in your mind, please  email to

However “live” questions during the Q&A sessions are also possible and very much welcomed.

These are free to attend events for IPowerE members and non-members. However registration is required.

Download programme (pdf)

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