Energy Institute – Energy Policy Debate: UK Energy Policy Priorities for 2021
In 2021 the UK Government will have much on its plate, from COVID-19 to Brexit, as well as being at the forefront of the climate change debate by playing host to COP 26. But what will the UK’s energy policy priorities for 2021 be? And how will it balance these priorities alongside the significant economic issues that the pandemic has wrought?
2 December | Online Webinar
CCUS 2020: Delivering Clean & Sustainable Growth
A two-day virtual conference, hosted by the Carbon Capture and Storage Association. The event will provide delegates with the latest developments in this rapidly evolving sector. It will include a number of parallel programmes that enable you to explore the wider landscape for CCUS and to deep-dive into specific aspects of project delivery.
2 - 3 December | Online Webinar
National Grid ESO - Clean heat and its implications for electricity and gas system operation
In National Grid ESO's 2020 Future Energy Scenarios one of their Key Messages is that reaching net zero is achievable but requires immediate action across all key technologies and policy areas. One of these areas is heat decarbonisation, which is identified as requiring urgent policy decisions to drive change across the whole energy system. They have recently published a thought piece on the future of clean heat here.
8 December | Online Webinar
Energy Networks Innovation Conference 2020
A free interactive virtual conference for anyone involved in managing, developing or implementing innovations that will pave the way for our future net-zero emissions gas and electricity transmission and distribution networks.
8 - 9 December | Online Webinar
Utility Week Health, Safety and Wellbeing Digital Conference 2020
The UK’s only dedicated digital event for health, safety, and wellbeing professionals in the utilities sector.
9 - 10 December | Online Webinar
Sustainable Gas Institute Annual Lecture 2020
This year's Annual Lecture will be given by Professor Maroto-Valer, Associate-Principal (Global Sustainability) at Heriot-Watt University, on ‘Industrial decarbonisation: The role of gas for a green economic recovery’.
10 December | Online Webinar
WEET Policy Conference – The future of the gas network in the UK
The conference will explore areas such as the RIIO-2 price control regime and its implications for operators, their partners and consumer; priorities for modernising infrastructure assets for decarbonisation, and the latest thinking on developing the hydrogen and low-carbon heating economy.
15 December | Online Webinar