EPRG Workshop “Implications of Brexit for UK and EU Energy and Climate Policy”, 6 September 2016

EPRG held a workshop on “Implications of Brexit for UK and EU Energy and Climate Policy” on 6 September 2016 at Sidney Sussex College. The Workshop comprised of 3 panel discussions sessions and finished with a dinner which included a keynote speaker, Vicky Ford, MEP and Chair of the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection, European Parliament. 

PROGRAMME

Keynote – Legal Issues and Brexit – Prof Kenneth Armstrong, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge

SESSION 1: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTEGRATED ELECTRICITY AND GAS MARKETS

Chair: Stephen Littlechild

Prof Leigh Hancher, Faculty of Law, University of Tilburg and Allen & Overy

Prof Jean-Michel Glachant, Florence School of Regulation, EUI

Lewis Dale, National Grid

SESSION 2: IMPLICATIONS FOR UK AND EU RENEWABLES & EMISSIONS POLICIES

Chair: Michael Pollitt

Dr Markus Gehring, C-EENRG & Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge

Dr Michael Mehling, Centre for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, MIT

SESSION 3: PRIORITIES FOR THE FORTHCOMING NEGOTIATIONS

Chair: David Reiner

Prof Thomas Cottier, World Trade Institute (via Skype)

Prof David Newbery, EPRG, Cambridge

Dr Dirk Buschle, Energy Community Secretariat & College of Europe

Paul Hallas, Centrica

 

The summary of the workshop can be read here

 

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