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

The last in the Series of Autumn Webinars


17th November 2021 at 10am


Prof G Hughes - School of Economics - University of Edinburgh

“Ten Point Plan and Market Intervention”


Gordon Hughes was Professor of Political Economy at the University of Edinburgh up to 1991.  From 1991 to 2001 he was Senior Adviser on energy, water and environmental policy at the World Bank in Washington DC dealing with the regulation of water and energy infrastructure in Europe, Latin America and Asia.  Since 2001 he has advised a range of public and private organisations in the UK and overseas on regulatory, economic and environmental policies.  In addition, he was Chairman of the Water Industry Commission for Scotland from 2011 to 2017.  He maintains his academic affiliation as a Professor of Economics at the University of Edinburgh and has published a large number of reports and academic papers on water regulation, adaptation to climate change, renewable energy and the economics of infrastructure.


Dr Tom Houghton - Principal Consultant - E4tech

“What are the possible market implications of sector coupling through power-to-gas?”.


Tom Houghton leads the System Transition Enablers sector at E4tech, bringing expertise from finance, industry and academia to bear on energy systems problems. He has led studies into the role that hydrogen and fuel cells can play in future decarbonisation pathways, and projects relating to the power and energy sectors, from tariff reform to power grid innovation. Specialised in hydrogen economics, Tom has worked in academia internationally, the power sector with Alstom and in banking.



                                            


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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 enquiries@ipowere.org.


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.


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