Presentations-2008

W Nuttall: Accelerator Driven Transmutation Opportunities to Reassess UK Policy Workshop on ADSR s for energy production and waste transmutation with FFAG accelerators, Cockcroft Institute, Cheshire
Presented 7/8 January 2008
P Noel: Recent Oil Market Dynamics , What Price Energy Transformation? EcoLogic Institute and German Marshall Fund of the U.S. Washington D.C.
Presented 24 January 2008
W Nuttall: Nuclear Fusion – might it make hydrogen before electricity? Cambridge University Energy Network, Cambridge
Presented 31 January 2008
P Noel: Global Energy Demand Growth   Energy & Climate Change seminar: What if Science Does Not Save the World? Triple Helix, Cambridge
Presented 7 February 2008
P Noel: Russian Gas in Europe: Is it a Big Problem? Is it a Foreign Policy Issue? Seminar on European Energy Security and Foreign Policy, Heinrich Boll Foundation, Brussels
Presented 14 February 2008
Michael Pollitt: Electricity and Gas Regulation for a Low Carbon Economy SGBI Annual Conference, London
Presented 6 March 2008
W Nuttall: Achieving the Knowledge Economy CMI Event, Cambridge
Presented 10 March 2008
Michael Pollitt: New Models of Regulation and their Implication for Financing and Ownership Transmission and Distribution Europe Annual Conference, Amsterdam
Presented 12 March 2008
P Noel: European Energy Security in a Global Context Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Strasbourg
Presented 20 March 2008
W Nuttall: Nuclear energy – Might it be used to make hydrogen? CESSA Hydrogen Conference, Comillas University, Madrid
Presented 14 April 2008
W Nuttall: Investment in Nuclear Energy BP Madrid Forum, EnerClub, Madrid
Presented 16 April, 18 July 2008
D Reiner: Examining the credibility of Government commitments on climate change and renewable energy and discerning possible public responses ESRC/UKERC Business Seminar, London
Presented May 2008
David Newbery: Eskom’s Performance in International Perspective: Governance, Institutional and Pricing Reforms Workshop on the South Africa Electricity Crisis, Centre for Development and Enterprise, Johannesburg
Workshop 5 May 2008 | PDF
W Nuttall: Nuclear Energy: why is it on the agenda? Royal Dublin Society / Irish Times Lecture, Dublin
Presented 12 May 2008
Michael Grubb: Carbon-intensive industries and international competition: impacts and options Presentation to European Parliament Hearing on the Future of the European Emissions Trading Scheme, Brussels
Presented 15 May 2008 | PDF
D Reiner: Getting ready for carbon capture and storage in China MIT Center for Environmental Policy and Research (CEEPR) / University of Cambridge Electricity Policy Research Group Electricity Markets Workshop, Paris
Presented June 2008
David Newbery: Carbon Emissions: Opportunity or Cost
4 June 2008 | PDF
David Newbery: Evidence to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee on Renewables
Presented 10 June 2008 | Available at parliament.uk
W Nuttall: Nuclear Energy in a world of $130/bbl oil and €25/t CO2 Advisory Board of Judge Business School and the Centre for International Business and Management joint forum, Cambridge
Presented 26 June 2008
David Newbery: The Economics of Risk in Electricity Markets on Nuclear New Build Nuclear Industry Forum, London
Presented 24 June 2008 | PDF
David Newbery: The Economics of Risk in Electricity Markets on Nuclear New Build Nuclear Industry Forum, London
Presented 24 June 2008 | PDF
Michael Pollitt: Efficiency Analysis for Regulatory Price Reviews: Why regulators do what they do NAPW, New York
Presented 26 June 2008
David Newbery: Economic instruments for aviation greenhouse gas emissions Conference – Aviation: Post Kyoto Control Structures, Wilton Park
Presented 26/27 June 2008 | Available at wiltonpark.org.uk
Michael Pollitt: The future of electricity regulation in a low carbon policy world CCP Annual Conference UEA
Presented July 2008 | Available at ccp.uea.ac.uk
Michael Pollitt: The future of electricity regulation in a low carbon policy world CCP Annual Conference UEA
Presented July 2008 | Available at ccp.uea.ac.uk

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