The Energy Transition - A Path of Challenges and Opportunities.


Saturday 10th March 2018, 10am - 5:15pm

Imperial College London
Blackett Building
11 Prince Consort Road, SW7 2BB
London, UK


Panels

1. What is the energy Mix of the Future?

This introductory panel will discuss the projected and required developments of the energy mix of the past, present and future.


2. What are the political and economic dimensions of implementing the energy transition?

This panel will focus on the political and economic dimensions of the energy transition and the role of legislation and regulation as the driving force of developments in the industry.


3. What technological developments are required to meet the needs of the future?

This final panel, led by scientists and engineers, will discuss what developments are required and on the horizon towards a sustainable energy future, as well as the role which decentralised energy systems, smart grids, renewable sources of energy generation and battery technology might have in changing the future of generation and distribution of energy.

Speakers

Panel 1:

Dr Stephen Marland
Manager | National Grid

Dr Simon Bransfield-Garth
CEO | Azuri Technologies

Mr Georgios Bonias
Energy Analyst | Shell

Panel 2:

Dr Norbert Schwieters
Global Energy Utilities and Mining Leader | PwC

Dr Marion Ferrat
Communications Manager | IPCC

Mr Loic Cerulus
Commercial Analyst | Arenko Cleantech

Dr Stanislav Shcheredin
Risk and Regulation Expert | PwC

Ms Lisa Fischer
Senior Policy Advisor | E3G

Dr Sarah Wykes
Lead Analyst, Climate and Energy | CAFOD

Panel 3:

Professor Jim Skea
Co-Chair | IPCC Centre for Environmental Policy

Dr Graham Oakes
Founder | Upside Energy

Dr Peter Bance
CEO | Origami Energy

Dr Shanshan Wang
Senior Analyst | Energy & Chemicals Advisory at Nexant

Dr Axel von Perfall
Senior manager for energy, power and utilities, infrastructure and public sector | PwC

Ms Sabine Brink
Blockchain Business Analyst | Shell Digitalisation team

Event Structure

Morning

10.00 - 10.30
Registration

10.30-11.00
Opening Keynote

11.00-12.15
Panel Discussion 1

12.15-13.15
Lunch and Networking

Afternoon

13.15-13.45
Keynote

13.45-15.00
Panel Discussion 2

15.00-15.30
Tea Break

15.30-16.00
Keynote

16.00-17.15
Panel Discussion 3

17.15-19.30
Networking

Sponsors

The Summit would not have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors.

Gold Sponsors

PwC

Shell

Bronze Sponsors

Baringa

Contact Us

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