Category Archives: Spring Seminars

2005 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 – TRANSMISSION Chair:  Michael Pollitt Richard Green – How much does it cost to get it wrong? David Newbery – Network pricing for distributed generation SESSION 2 – RENEWABLES Chair:    Denny Ellerman Paul Twomey – Non-CO2 benefits of renewables Karsten Neuhoff – System integration of wind SESSION 3 – MARKET DESIGN Chair:… Read more

2006 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 – SECURITY OF SUPPLY– OIL AND GAS Pierre Noel – Chinese Energy Security and its Implications Peter Davies – Gas Insecurity: A Figment of the Imagination? SESSION 2 – TECHNOLOGY AND CARBON REDUCTION David Reiner – Prospects for Carbon Capture and Storage Karsten Neuhoff – Economic and Policy Frameworks for Energy Technology Deployment… Read more

2007 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme Session 1 – REGULATION Chair:  Michael Pollitt  Stephen Littlechild (JBS)  Negotiated settlements in Canada Christian Growitsch  (WIK, Bad Honnef) – Network regulation in Germany Session 2 – NATURAL GAS AND SECURITY OF SUPPLY Chair:  David Reiner Nick Butler (JBS) Natural Gas Into Europe: Geopolitics and Security Risks Carlos Lapuerta (Brattle)  Security of gas supply in… Read more

2008 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 — REGIONAL ASPECTS OF RENEWABLE DEPLOYMENT Chairman: Karsten Neuhoff (EPRG) Mark O’Malley (University College, Dublin) The All Ireland Grid Study T Boehme, J Taylor, R Wallace & J Bialek (University of Edinburgh) The Scottish renewable resource assessment and implications for the grid SESSION 2 — TRANSMISSION MANAGEMENT FOR INTERMITTENT POWER Chairman: Michael… Read more

2009 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 – RPI @ 20: THE FUTURE OF GB ELECTRICITY REGULATION  Chairman:  David Newbery Hannah Nixon (Ofgem) Ofgem’s first report and the way forward Michael Pollitt (EPRG) Implications of the Climate Change Act SESSION 2 – DELIVERING THE LOW-CARBON FUTURE  Chairman:  Michael Pollitt Malcolm Keay (OIES) The end of UK electricity liberalisation Michael… Read more

2010 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 – ENERGY DEMAND Chair:  Ben Hobbs (EPRG) Julian Allwood (Univ. of Cambridge) Energy and material efficiency Michael Pollitt (EPRG) Economics of energy demand SESSION 2 – UK POLICY AND POLITICS Chair:  Pierre Noel (EPRG) David Newbery (EPRG) Carbon tax versus low-carbon obligation Willy Rickett (formerly DECC) Reconciling politics and policy SESSION 3… Read more

2011 EPRG Spring Semimar

Programme SESSION 1 – WHY SUPPORT RENEWABLES? Chair:  William Nuttall (EPRG) Boaz Moselle (FTI Consulting) Why support renewables? Michael Grubb (EPRG & CCC) Cost, benefits & policy SESSION 2 – SUPPORT SCHEME: WHAT WORKS AND AT WHAT COST?  Chair:  Michael Pollitt (EPRG) Jorge Padilla (Compass Lexecon & CEPR) The Spanish experience David Newbery (EPRG) From… Read more

2012 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 –  SMART METERS AND ELECTRICITY MARKETS Chair:  David Newbery (EPRG) Th.-O. Léauthier (IDEI & Compass Lexecon) Is mandating smart meters smart? Colin Sausman (Ofgem) Smart meters, regulation and market development SESSION 2 – CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR AND PROTECTION                                    Chair:  Vicky Pryce (FTI Consulting) Philip Brutscher (EPRG) Why do people self-disconnect? Stephen Littlechild (EPRG)… Read more

2013 EPRG Spring Seminar

Programme SESSION 1 – TRANSMISSION PLANNING Chair:  Boaz Moselle (FTI Consulting / Compass Lexecon) Jason Mann (FTI) Transmission Investment and Regulation: a Third Way?  Michael Pollitt (EPRG) Does GB Need an Independent System Operator?    SESSION 2 – BALANCING AND CAPACITY MARKETS Chair:  David Newbery (EPRG) Dmitri Perekhodtsev(Compass Lexecon) A Kick to Generation Investment, through… Read more

2014 EPRG Spring Seminar

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2014 Spring Seminar with FTI Consulting and Compass Lexecon.  EPRG hosted delegates to a dinner at Churchill College on the 15th of May followed by a full-day seminar at Memorial Court, Clare College. Programme   SESSION 1 – CLIMATE POLICY, CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES SUPPORT AND THE EU 2030 TARGETS… Read more