WEF Outreach Broadcasts on Climate & Energy in 2020

The purpose of WEF Outreach is to deliver a Series of pre-recorded, multi-themed Broadcasts covering key issues in Climate & Energy Strategy in order to help keep stakeholders stay connected during the COVID disruption in 2020. WEF Outreach is a collaborative, pro bono initiative with regular expert briefings on policy, energy markets, climate research, technology and international development. Please share freely.

Episode 2, 28 May: UK Energy Market Update, Network Futures, & Hydrogen

1’22 -    Regulatory support for consumers                        Mary Starks, Executive Director, Ofgem

8’17 -    DNO adaptation & support amid COVID               Suleman Alli, Director of Customer Service, UK Power Networks

16’38 -   Energy & capital markets funding update             Jonas Persson, MD, Lloyds Bank Business Banking

22’38 -   The GB gas market in the Summer of 2020          Ayan Bhattacharji, Business Intelligence Mgr, Interconnector UK

28’45 -   Gas network operations, & Hydrogen futures       Ed Syson, CSSO, & Dr. Angie Needle, Dir. Strategy, Cadent Gas

35’26 -   Technologies for the Production of Hydrogen.      Sam French, Senior Business Development Mgr, Johnson Matthey

40’26 -   Closing notes and titles (WEF)


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Outreach Ep.3 - UK Energy Industry in Focus: Renewables

Tuesday, June 9, 2020 - 09:00 to Wednesday, June 10, 2020 - 00:00 Online
  • Contexts of EU energy markets

    Ayse Sabuncu, Head of EMEA Advisory, ABB
  • UK Renewables policy & levers

    Alex Weir, Clean Electricity Directorate, BEIS
  • Renewable sector stocktake

    Melanie Onn, Dep CEO, Renewable UK
  • Industry perspective 1

    Alexander Goodall, Head of UK Solar, Statkraft
  • Industry perspective 2

    Matthieu Hue, MD EDF Renewables